I can’t find my money in the app, where do I look?
If you’ve recently transferred money from your external linked bank account to your Stash Bank account, it’ll show up within 2-5 business days. Please note that business days are Monday through Friday, excluding weekends and US market holidays.
If you want to see transfers, or any other activity, in Stash, it’s as simple as checking your Activity Feed. Here’s how to do it:
- Tap your account icon on the top left of the Home screen.
- Scroll down to View activity.
- Here you’ll be able to see your transfers and other transactions.
Your transfer will be listed as either “pending” or “complete.” A status of “pending” means that the sale has been queued up for the next available trading window, but it hasn’t yet been executed. A status of “complete” means the trade has gone through and the money has settled, making it available for your use.
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