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Everything you need to know about the Stash Banking Transition

Beginning in fall 2022, Stash will be switching banking providers from Green Dot to Stride Bank, N.A. This move will provide more autonomy for Stash in banking decisions, and will provide more benefits to customers. 

Already transitioned? Check out this article to find out what you need to do next.

We will send you an email when it is your turn to open up a new Stash banking account, and you will see a call to action button in the app or on the web when you login to your Stash account.1 After you receive that email, or after you see the call to action button in the app or on the web, you must take action from within Stash. Keep an eye out for the new Stash banking account email to hit your inbox soon!

What’s changing:

  • New account/routing numbers—this means you must update your direct deposit to have it go to your new banking account
  • New Stock-Back® Debit Mastercard®, including enhanced benefits1
  • Expanded fee-free ATM network2
  • Expanded eligibility for mobile deposit
  • Increased Stock-Back® rewards (up to 1% for Stash+ customers)1
  • Bill Pay won’t be available 

What’s staying the same:

  • All investment portfolios—Personal, Retire, Custodial, and Smart—are staying the same
  • Getting paid up to two days early with early direct deposit3
  • Ability to make deposits, withdrawals, or transfers to other Stash accounts or linked external accounts
  • Fraud alerts and protection
  • Invest spare change with Stock-Back® Card round ups13
  • Spending insights and budgeting tools
  • Up to five Goals accounts
  • Virtual card (virtual card deactivated when your physical card is activated)

Mastercard Benefits

After you open your new Stash banking account, your new Stock-Back® Debit Mastercard will come with many Mastercard benefits. Check out the table below to see what benefits are included with your card. 

If you have any questions about these benefits, or if you’d like more information about them, please call 1-800-Mastercard. 

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