What if I’m having issues linking my bank account?
If you’re you having trouble finding your bank
- Go to Account
- Select Bank Account
- Choose Search All Banks
- Search for your bank by name
- If you can’t find it, select Can’t Find Your Bank
This will allow you to manually link your bank to Stash with something called ‘micro-deposits.’
What are micro-deposits?
Micro-deposits are a way of verifying your bank account using your account and routing number.
- You will manually add your account and routing numbers to Stash.
- Stash will send two small deposits (less than $0.50) to your bank account. We’ll remove the same small amount at the same time, so your total bank balance stays the same. You’ll see these deposits/debits in your bank account within 1-3 business days as separate items on your bank statement.
- Log back into Stash and add these two amounts to verify your bank account. Once you do, you’ll be all set!
If you recently created a Stash Account, but your account registration isn’t finished yet, you will not get your microdeposits.
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