Closing Your Stash Banking Account
Are you sure you want to close your Stash banking account? Please remember you can only open one Stash banking account at a time right now. If you close your banking account and want to open a new one, please contact Customer Support.
Want to know the benefits your banking account comes with? Some of our benefits are:
- Get paid up to two days early with early direct deposit.
- Earn up to 1% Stock BackⓇ on daily purchases, and up to 3% back when you spend at select companies.
- Easily purchase stocks and ETFs directly from your Stash Banking account.
- Access to up to 55,000 fee-free ATMs worldwide.
- Benefits from MastercardⓇ, including identity theft protection (Mastercard customers only).
Please contact our customer support team to confirm you would like to close your banking account.
Before you close your Stash banking account, you should transfer your money out of your account before beginning the closing process. If you don’t do this, you will receive a check in the mail with your remaining balance.
You’ll no longer be able to deposit money into your account (including direct deposit), so remember to give new info to your payroll department or government benefits provider.
You can still log in to view past transactions and statements.
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