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Are There Limits on the Way I Use the Card

Can Minnesota Unemployment Insurance view or track my transactions?

No. For privacy reasons, U.S. Bank does not share card account numbers or transaction details. However, for reconciliation purposes, Minnesota Unemployment Insurance does have access to the amount and date of deposits to individual cards.

Is there a daily maximum amount I can take from my ReliaCard Visa account?

In order to lessen the risk of loss due to fraud or theft, U.S. Bank places daily transactional and dollar volume limits on the card. If you need to withdraw a large sum of money, make a withdrawal from a teller window at any bank or credit union that processes Visa transactions.

Can the ReliaCard Visa be overdrawn?

It is possible to overdraw the card in some situations. To avoid this, be sure to track your balance carefully. Check your balance free of charge by going online to, by calling 1-866-276-5114 or by performing a balance inquiry at an ATM. Keeping track of your available balance should prevent excessive withdrawals.

Do I have to go to a U.S. Bank ATM or U.S. Bank branch to get cash?

No. You can obtain cash from any of the over one million Visa/PLUS branded ATMs throughout the world, or over the counter at any bank or credit union that accepts Visa. You can also get cash back on purchases made at Interlink merchants throughout the United States, such as grocery and discount stores. Note: To identify an Interlink merchant, simply match the Interlink logo on the back of the card to the logo displayed on the merchant's door or at the checkout counter.

Can I make a purchase for more than the amount on my card?

Yes, but you will need to combine the value on your card with another form of payment. Inform the cashier that you will be using two forms of payment. You will need to tell the cashier exactly what amount should be taken from your card - the cashier is unable to determine your available balance. Then, pay the remaining balance another way.

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