Can I Fund My Stash Banking Account Using Venmo?
Absolutely! While we don’t currently support linking your Venmo account by signing in, you can send money directly to your Stash banking account from Venmo.
Follow these steps to get set up:
- First, you’ll need your Account & Routing numbers from your Stash banking account.
- You can find these by going to the Spend tab and tapping Move Money.
- Scroll down to Account & Routing.
- Tap to Copy your Account & Routing numbers directly from your phone.
- Follow the instructions below to add your Stash banking account to Venmo:
- Open Venmo.
- Tap the “☰” icon at the top of the app.
- Tap Payment Methods.
- Tap Add a bank or card… and then select Bank.
- Tap Instant.
- Search for “Stash” and enter your username and password.
- It will ask you “Where would you like to send your security code?” Select your email.
- Confirm the code. You’re now linked to Stash on Venmo!
- Once you’ve linked your bank, follow the instructions below to transfer money from Venmo to your Stash banking account:
- Tap the “☰” icon at the top of the app.
- Tap Transfer Balance
- Tap Transfer to Bank or Transfer Money if you do not see this option.
- Enter the amount you would like to transfer to your bank.
- Tap Instant (for a small fee) or 1-3 Biz Days (for no fee), and select Stash.
- Venmo offers an “Instant” transfer option (Estimated arrival: about 30 minutes). There is a fee to instantly transfer money.
- A standard transfer to a bank account usually takes 1 business day but sometimes it may take 1-3 business days.
- Confirm your transfer details, and tap the green Transfer button.
That’s it! Your Stash banking account should be funded within 30 minutes or 1-3 business days depending on the option you selected. Happy Stashing!
Bank Account Services provided by Green Dot Bank and Stash Visa Debit card issued by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. Visa is a registered trademark of Visa International Service Association. Green Dot Bank operates under the following registered trade names: GoBank, Green Dot Bank and Bonneville Bank. All of the registered trade names are used by and refer to a single FDIC-insured bank, Green Dot Bank. Deposits under any of these trade names are deposits with Green Dot Bank and are aggregated for deposit insurance coverage. Green Dot is a registered trademark of Green Dot Corporation. (c) 2020 Green Dot Bank. All rights reserved. Investment products and services are not offered by Green Dot Bank and are Not FDIC Insured, Not Bank Guaranteed, and May Lose Value.
Related questions View all Invest
Q. How do I add money to my Stash account(s)?
It’s never been easier to add money to your Stash account. You can do it in the app or online. Here’s how to do it. To add funds to your Stash account using the app: Open the Stash app.Tap the Transfer button on the bottom navigation bar.Choose which external bank account you’d like to transfer money from,…
Q. How to deposit or withdraw from your stash account?
There are two ways you can transfer cash to or from your external bank account: On the app Open the app. Tap the Transfer button in the bottom navigation. Select the accounts you wish to move money from and to. Enter the amount you wish to transfer and tap Continue.…
Q. Can I Fund My Stash Banking Account Using PayPal?
Absolutely. While we don’t currently support linking your PayPal account by signing in, you can send money directly to your Stash banking account from Paypal. Follow these steps to get set up: First, you’ll need your Account & Routing numbers from your Stash banking accountYou can find these by going to the Spend tab and tapping Move MoneyScroll down to Account &…
Didn’t find your question?
Tell us what you’re looking for, and we’ll search for resources that could help.Ask your question
Fiduciary 101: Why it’s Our Job to be Your Advocate
It’s a big word that means a lot when it comes to handling your money. It defines a relationship built on trust and duty.
Debt and Equity: What Every Smart Investor Needs to Know
You can invest in debt & in equity, but do you really know what that means? We break down the jargon.