How long will it take for my direct deposit benefits to begin?
Your rewards will hit the following month if a minimum direct deposit of $1,000 per month is reached. This means if you set up direct deposit in January and your account reaches $1,000 in February ($500 per paycheck and you get paid twice a month in January), then you’ll start getting your benefits in March. This is a limited time offer; see terms and conditions here.
1 Clients may incur ancillary fees charged by Stash and/or it’s custodian that are not included in the monthly subscription fee. Other fees may apply to your Stash debit account.
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Q. How long does it take for direct deposit to start after set-up?
After you complete the set-up process with your employer or benefits provider, it can take a few days for your information to process. Timing depends on deposit verification and when we get notice from your employer or benefits provider, and may vary from pay period to pay period.…1
Q. How do I set up direct deposit?
You can set up direct deposit through your employer in 3 simple steps: Go to your employer’s direct deposit form online or provide a hard copy. Input your Stash debit account information (available in debit account settings). Submit the form and get ready to get paid!…3
Q. What is ASAP™ Direct Deposit?
ASAP™ Direct Deposit is a feature that’s available with your Stash debit account that allows you to access to your money sooner (up to 2 days earlier!).1 How it works: Often times, your employer or benefits provider will notify our bank of your incoming deposit in advance of your actual payday.…10
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