Why am I not getting an authorization code to link my bank with Stash?
Sometimes your bank will require an additional authorization code to link your account to Stash. After using your online credentials to link your account to Stash, your bank may send you a code via text or email. If this code doesn’t come within 10 minutes, we recommend getting in touch with your bank to confirm.
You can also link your account using micro-deposits. You’ll need to know your external bank’s routing and account numbers. For more information on how to do this, check out this article.
Please note that at this time, we only support linking external checking accounts. We can’t currently link savings accounts, third-party accounts, or business accounts, even if your name is listed on the account.
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