How do I change my bank?
To change your bank in app
- Select the home tile at the bottom of the screen
- Select the icon in the top right corner of the screen (iOS – your initials/picture Android – hamburger icon)
- Select manage under the External bank account section
- Select link a different bank account
To change your bank on the web
- Select your name on the far right side of the screen
- Select external bank account on the left side of the screen
- Select change your external bank account (note: This will permanently remove your current external bank account and allow you to link a new bank account.)
If you have any issues trying to change your bank please reach out to email@example.com so we can help you out.
There are some cases where we may require some additional documentation to unlink that bank.
Please remember, bank linking policies are in place to protect you and Stash from fraud.
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