Why Did My Transfer Into My Stash Banking Account Get Cancelled?
You may have exceeded your 3-day transfer limit—the same amount as your maximum one-time transfer limit. Try entering a smaller amount, or try again the next day.
You can find your one-time and 3-day transfer limits for moving funds into your Stash Banking Account by going into transfer flow and checking under the amount field.
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Q. How Do I Close My Stash Subscription?
You can cancel your Stash subscription on the web. You’ll need to be logged in to cancel your subscription. Please make sure your external bank account is linked before you complete the steps below. To cancel your subscription on the web: Select your name on the far top right of the screen Select subscription on the left side of the screen Select manage to the right of your subscription plan Scroll to the very bottom of the screen and select close my Stash for good Canceling your subscription can take up to 10 business days to complete.…178
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