I'm getting mixed answers. One page will say $3,000 Per Month when you use an ATM $3,000 Per Month when you use a Teller to withdraw, or I'm told $3,000 Per Month when you use an ATM $3,000 Per Day when you use a Teller I Need to know which one it is. Also, what is considered a Teller? Can I Withdraw $3,000 a day from the Walmart cash center? If not then what bank can I go to? When the bank question is asked it seems the runaround is given and the only answer you get is about an app that tells you what ATMs to use. Lastly. I didnt see this really asked in my few hours of trying to find an answer. What are the limits for sending money to someone? For example. Using my Turbo Tax card, connected to my Facebook pay, how much am I able to send to someone using that method of payment? Am I limited to a $400/500 limit? This is all based on searching for the answer myself and seeing people having a lot of issues trying to get their own money off this card, these posts/question I got any information from, were all Feb 2020/2019 so I dont know if anything has changed and if this is no longer an issue. I need to be able to make a $5,600 Purchase and I'm seeing a lot of things saying I'm not going to be able to do that. If it is 3,000 a DAY I can handle that, but if I'm limited to a month, idk what to do, it's a bit absurd. I only picked this option thinking it would be convenient it looks like it's going to be a nightmare.
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