How can I remove my card from Stash Cash Back?
You can enroll up to 3 eligible cards to Stash Cash Back. You can enroll a card at any time through the following steps:
To unlink your card
- Navigate to Cash Back in the app
- Tap the dollar amount you’ve earned to get to the Transaction screen
- Select Manage my linked cards
- Choose the card you want to remove
- Tap Delete to opt this card out of the program
Once you unenroll your card, you’ll no longer be able to earn Stash Cash Back with purchases on that card, unless you re-link that card.
Any funds you’ve already earned in the current period will be paid out to your Stash Invest Cash Balance on the next payout date even if you remove all your cards.
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