I’m trying to turn on Round-Ups. Why do I need to reconnect my external bank?
If you linked your external bank to Stash manually using micro-deposits, you will need to re-connect your bank using a different method to enable Round-Ups. To do this, navigate to the Auto-Stash section of the app, scroll down to find the Round-Ups feature, and select Learn More.
If your bank can be supported by our automated linking service, you will be prompted to provide your bank’s login credentials to confirm the connection. If you need any assistance re-connecting your bank to enable this feature, please reach out to our customer support team at 1 (800) 205-5164 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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