How do I unlink a custodial account?
Our customer support team will need to unlink your bank account that is currently on file as a security measure.
When you are ready to change banks, send a message to email@example.com. We may ask you for supporting documentation for security purposes.
After Stash unlinks your old bank account, you can link your new bank account. Select the Account tab, then ‘Bank Account,’ then ‘Change Bank Account,’ and enter your new bank information.
Remember, you can only link one bank account to Stash. If you want to unlink a bank account from a custodial account, note that you are also unlinking it from your Invest and Retire accounts and Smart-Save (if you have the feature turned on).
For more on linking and unlinking your bank account from Stash, click here.
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