Today’s guide will show you how much you can take out of a Georgia United Credit Union ATM in the US.
Georgia United Credit Union is a bank with full services that is based in the Atlanta area.
The credit union was started in 1958 and is one of the largest and strongest in Georgia, both in terms of its assets and the number of people who belong to it.
With a Georgia United debit card, you can use an ATM to get money from your account.
Why Georgia United Credit Union Has ATM Withdrawal Limits
Limits on how much you can take out of an ATM are important for your account’s safety and the credit union’s ATMs.
The limits ensure that ATMs don’t run out of money and everyone gets the cash they need without putting anyone else at risk.
You can’t lose all the money in your account if someone steals your ATM card and PIN or if you lose them.
Please report a lost or stolen ATM card as soon as you realize it is gone so that it doesn’t get used for fraud.
Call the customer service number or the number on the back of your card.
This is why Georgia United limits how much you can take out of an ATM in the US.
Georgia United Credit Union ATM Withdrawal Limit
The most you can take out of an ATM at Georgia United Credit Union daily is $300.
You can only make 10 purchases per day.
ATMs that are not part of the Georgia United network may have different limits.
Every day at midnight, the daily limits reset, so if you need more cash, you have to wait until the next day or find another way to get around the limit.
This is how much you can spend at a US Georgia United Credit Union ATM.
What Are The Charges
When you take money out of an ATM, it costs you $1.50.
The fees are the same whether you use an ATM that is owned by the bank or one that is not.
You can talk to a customer service rep for free up to three times a month. After that, it costs $5.00 each time.
All cash withdrawals made outside the US cost you a foreign transaction fee.
Your account gets charged for everything.
These are the fees that Georgia United Credit Union charges to take money out of an ATM in the US.