What if my bank is not on your list?
If you don’t see your bank listed on the app, that’s not a problem. You’ll just have to manually link your external bank account to Stash using what’s called a micro-deposit. First, you’ll want to follow these simple steps:
- From the Home screen, tap your Account, located in the upper left corner.
- Select Manage External Bank Account.
- Choose Search All Banks.
- Tap Can’t Find Your Bank.
- Follow the steps to use micro-deposits to verify your bank account.
- Once they’ve appeared on your external bank statement, log back into Stash and add the exact amounts to verify your account.
What’s a micro-deposit?
A micro-deposit is a small deposit of less than $0.50 each. In order to verify account ownership, we’ll make two micro-deposits to your account. At the same time, we’ll remove the same small amounts so that your total bank balance will remain the same. These micro-deposits will show up on your account statements within one to three business days.
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