Yo JohnS and KristinA! It should now be on your radar or explain why something like this wouldn't be done tomorrow. Seems pretty simple and obvious... And please don't move my posts. You meddling in the organic flow of information is troubling. Free information sharing is key to the effective exchange of ideas. You don't know what idea or post is going to take off based on how it is worded or presented. I understand these two ideas are similar but they are not identical and thus will inevitebly trigger different levels of passion or actions when viewed.
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Currently, and to the best of my knowledge, the only way to raise your personal ATM withdrawal limit is to call customer service. The phone service is doable, but it does take quite a bit of time to get this done. To clarify, I am talking about raising the withdrawal limit on a single transaction or just for one day. For example, my withdrawal limit for one 24 hour period is set to $1,000. But, a few times a year, I need to pull out around $5,000 in one 24 hour period. This requires me to set aside at least 30 minutes to call customer service and ask them to raise my withdrawal limit. Like I said, the phone route works pretty well, but it can be incredibly annoying depending on where you are (phone service), who you get a hold of (not all phone reps are created equally), and how quickly you need the money. Usually when I need that much money it is due to a craiglist transaction, which generally happens very fast, so I need the money then. It would be really really convenient to be able to log in to my account and up my withdrawal limit myself. Thank you BECU for making this awesome website!!! You rock :)
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