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    Chase's Maximum Daily ATM Withdrawal Limit

    Had an interesting conversation with my Chase banker today about maximum daily withdrawal limits. He mentioned that most (if not all) checking accounts have a $500 daily limit, which I'm sure you noticed at the casinos when doing the walk of shame. Prior to this conversation, I thought the highest they can set the limit to was $1,000. However, he mentioned that they could set the daily limit to $99,000 permanently. I was completely blown away by this since I didn't expect them to have that high of a daily limit.

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    WOW really? Not that I would ever, ever need that! Yes it's $500 per atm card. My husband and I have maxed that before..... haha!
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    Around here it seems ATM's have a $300 limit but I was told by my bank that if I wanted to raise it I could. I never asked them how high.

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    Yeah, they let you change it but limits are set by the type of account you have, history with the bank, etc. I never knew it could go to $99,000 but I guess some people have that much in the bank.

    Even though it can be a pain, I keep mine at $600 per day, keeps me from doing too many walks of shame if I'm doing bad (sort of like a loss limit).

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    My Chase account has a $300 limit. Of my Wells Fargo cards, most are $300, but one is $500. Strangely enough, for the account with the $500 limit, that is only on one of our cards, the other is $300.
    Zoom zoom!

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    My Citi card has a thousand daily limit, but my Chase and Discover cards are set at a $500.00 per day limit. I guess that is for my own protection lol.

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    Not sure if this is 100% accurate, But my credit union told me it is set by the ATM where you are using it. Oddly, this credit union only allows you to withdraw $500 in a single transaction, but I have used the same card in Vegas and withdrawn $1000 with no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotso-bear View Post
    Had an interesting conversation with my Chase banker today about maximum daily withdrawal limits. He mentioned that most (if not all) checking accounts have a $500 daily limit, which I'm sure you noticed at the casinos when doing the walk of shame. Prior to this conversation, I thought the highest they can set the limit to was $1,000. However, he mentioned that they could set the daily limit to $99,000 permanently. I was completely blown away by this since I didn't expect them to have that high of a daily limit.
    bank of America can be set up to 2500 cash limit per day per card. I think the highest was 1500 online so I remember going into a branch for them to do it. I keep 4 accounts with them so, in theory, I can withdraw 10k in cash if I ever needed to. td bank will only let me do 1500 per card...
    i consider myself a big "player" NOT a big "gambler"...

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    My credit union allows $600 per 24 hours and will not change the limit. I guess that is a good thing...

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    My limit is $800.00 per day, but I've had the same checking account/bank for 25 years+. I always bring a second source of funds and a paper check to cash.

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