Adding Cash to Your Stash Banking Account
Where can I deposit cash into my Stash Banking account?1
You can deposit cash at any of our participating retailers nationwide, including CVS Pharmacy®, Walgreens, Rite Aid, and Walmart.
To deposit cash, take your cash to one of the participating retailers and show your barcode at the register. The cash will be deposited into your account within 30 minutes.
Follow these steps to find your barcode for adding cash:
- Login to the Stash app.
- Tap Bank at the bottom of the screen.
- Tap the gear icon in the upper-right corner.
- Tap Move Money.
- Tap Deposit cash in the Move Money In section.
- Select the retailer you’d like to deposit cash at to view your barcode.
Please note: Please see the participating retailers for limit details and Deposit Account Agreement.
I tried to deposit cash into my Stash banking account1, but it didn’t transfer. What should I do?
It can take up to 30 minutes for your funds to be available in your account. If you still do not see the funds after 30 minutes, first contact the store where you deposited the cash. If they can’t help you locate the missing deposit, feel free to contact us and open a dispute. Be sure to have the information on your receipt handy when you speak with a customer support representative. You can also open a dispute from the app or on the web—check out this article for more information.
How do I view my limits?
When adding cash from an external linked bank to your Stash banking account available balance, funds are typically available in 2-5 business days
To view your limits in the app:
- Login to the Stash app.
- Tap Transfer at the bottom of the screen.
- Tap Add Money.
- Select Stash Banking Account as the To account.
- Your limit will be displayed (for example, $1,500 maximum).
To view your limits on the web:
- Login to Stash from a web browser.
- Click Transfer at the top of the screen.
- Select your From account (do not select Stash Banking Account).
- Select Stash Banking Account as your To account.
- Your limit will be displayed (for example, Maximum transfer amount: $1,500).
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