Things to know about mobile check deposit
How much does it cost?
There’s no additional fee to deposit checks to your account.
Can I cancel a pending deposit?
No. You can’t cancel once you submit a deposit.
How long should I keep my check after I submit it?
Keep your check in a safe place for 30 days before destroying it in case it’s needed for verification purposes. Once you deposit a check with us, you can’t cash it anywhere else.
Do I need to sign the back of my check?
Yes. Sign your name on the back of the check followed by “For mobile deposit only” clearly in blue or black ink, or it will not be accepted. Please also Make sure your signature is a reasonable size.
How fast will money be in my account?
Money could be in your account as soon as one business day, but some deposits may take up to five business days.
How will I know when money is in my account?
We’ll notify you when it’s in your account. You can also log in and view your transaction history at any time.
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Q. What’s the deposit prerequisite for mobile check deposit?
In order to access mobile check deposit, you must: Activate your Stash debit card: In order to use this bank account feature, you’ll have to activate your debit card. Just go to your debit account on the app and tap the “Activate card” button.…9
Q. How does mobile check deposit work?
How do I deposit a check to my account? Follow these steps to deposit a check: Open Stash on Android or iOS Select the Debit tab Tap Deposit Check Limits apply. Please read the Deposit Account Agreement for additional information. How do I take a good picture of my check? …3
Q. What types of checks can I deposit with mobile check deposit?
We accept all of the below in U.S. dollars: Personal checks written to you Commercial pre-printed checks issued by a U.S. business to you such as: payroll checks insurance agency checks money orders cashier’s checks rebate checks stock dividend checks U.S.…10
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