Trying to Link your Stash with TD Bank?
TD Bank requires all institutions, including Stash, to re-link once every 90 days if you linked your account via the Instant Link option using Plaid.
What this means for Stash customers who are linked to a TD Bank account:
This will not impact any deposits you make from your account, whether recurring or one off payments; however, this will impact how we check your external bank balance prior to transfer. In order to provide the best possible experience, Stash carries out a balance check on your TD Bank account to determine whether you have sufficient funds for the transfer to be completed. This will no longer happen until you re-link your account, thus increasing the risk that your transfer will be returned for insufficient funds.
How to re-link your account
Follow these steps to re-link your account:
- Login to the Stash app.
- Tap your initials (iOS) or hamburger icon (Android) in the upper-left corner of the app.
- Tap Manage external bank account.
- Tap Confirm.
- Follow the prompts to re-link your account.
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