Is my Stash Stock-Back card (debit card) eligible to add to a digital wallet?
Your Stock-Back card (your debit card) can be added to Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Samsung Pay.
What are digital wallets?
Digital wallets offer added convenience, more ways to pay using your phone, more access, and more security when you shop. Many of our cards can now be used on these digital wallets: Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay. The wallets allow you to use your mobile phone or other devices to make purchases in stores and online, easily and securely. A virtual card number is used for these purchases while your physical card number is kept secure.
Does Stash charge a fee to use digital wallets?
No. Stash does not charge a fee to use Apple Pay, Google Pay or Samsung Pay.
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Q. How do I lock my Stash Stock-Back Card?
Misplaced your wallet and worried that fraudsters have it? Don’t panic—Stash offers the ability to lock and unlock your Stock-Back Card¹ (your debit card). You can keep looking for your card without worrying about unauthorized transactions. Locking is easy—here’s how: In the app: Open Stash.…
Q. Why is my device no longer supported by Stash?
Over time, we may not be able to support all devices. If this is the case for you, we’re very sorry for the inconvenience. But don’t worry, you’ll always be able to access Stash from the web. We prioritize keeping sensitive information as secure as possible.…
Q. Do I need to add cash to my Stash banking account to receive my Stash Stock-Back Card (debit card)?
Yes. To receive your Stash Stock-Back card (your debit card), you must add at least $0.01 to your Stash banking account balance.…
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