You can't do that with Dutch credit cards, I'm pretty sure, and I WON'T do it with my American card. I had a professor in college who had a side gig as a financial advisor....one of our units in math was about interest rates and she warned us all that cash advances on credit cards were the quickest way to go bankrupt because if you read the fine print, your interest rate for a cash advance is most likely compounded cumulatively, AND credit card companies don't use the payment you make towards the cash advance first. So if you don't pay it off right away, it ends up costing you thousands to get a cash advance of a couple hundred bucks. She said NEVER EVER EVER use your credit card for a cash advance.Can you take a cash advance out on your credit cards? That's one way to get around it.