Does my Stash banking account offer overdraft protection?
Stash doesn’t charge overdraft fees (or have other hidden fees)2, so we do not offer overdraft protection on Stash banking accounts.1 This sets us apart from other financial institutions, which can charge $30 or more if you overdraw your account, even after you opt into their overdraft protection.
We’ve helped Stashers avoid over $330 million in overdraft fees.*
*Based on Plaid data on Overdraft, Insufficient Funds as categorized by Plaid from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021.
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