I’m replacing my Stash Stock-Back card (debit card). Can I continue to use my old card while I wait for a new card?
If you reported your Stash Stock-Back card (debit card) lost or stolen, your old card will not function. You will need to wait until your replacement Stock-Back card arrives to continue to use your card.
If your card was damaged, or if you never received your card, you can continue to use your current Stock-Back card number. If you have any automatic payments, please make sure to update your card information after the new card is activated.
Learn more about how long will it take to receive my replacement card for your Stash banking account.
*Debit Account Services provided by and Stash Visa Debit Card issued by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.
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