How do I link or change the bank account I have linked to Stash?
- Navigate to User Profile in the app by tapping your picture.
- Find the External bank account section and tap Manage.
- Select Link my bank account or Connect a different bank account. If this is not an option, please reach out to our customer support team at 1 (800) 205-5164 or email@example.com.
In some cases, you’ll need to provide documentation in order to change your external bank account within 60 days. Please remember, we do this to protect you and us from fraud.
Please note: When linking an external bank account, it must be a checking account. At this time, Stash does not support savings accounts, third-party, or business accounts (even if your name is listed on the account). We also do not support linking prepaid cards, debit cards, or credit cards.
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