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What are Instant Debit Withdrawals?

Having a debit card linked to your Stash account can let you withdraw funds from your Stash Bank Account instantly.

Instant Debit Withdrawals allow you to withdraw up to $1,000 from your Stash banking account to a linked external debit card for a 1% fee. The transfer should only take a few minutes to complete. 

 

Linking a debit card

You’ll need to link an active external debit card to your Stash account in order to use this feature. To do so, follow these steps in the app:

If you have…  Then… 
Not linked any cards to your profile
  1. Tap on Transfer on the bottom navigation bar. 
  2. Tap on Move Money.
  3. Select Stash banking account.
  4. Tap on the Debit card option.
  5. Enter your debit card details
Already linked a credit or prepaid card to your profile (Note: you cannot use a credit or prepaid card for instant withdrawal.)
  1. Tap on Home in the bottom navigation bar.
  2. Tap on your initials in the upper left hand corner. 
  3. Tap on Subscription Plan.
  4. Change your payment method to a debit card. 

Using Instant Debit Withdrawals 

Once you’ve linked an active debit card, you may be eligible to use the Instant Debit Withdrawals feature. To do this, follow these steps: 

On the app
  1. Tap on Transfer on the bottom navigation bar. 
  2. Tap on Move Money.
  3. Select Stash banking account.
  4. Tap on your debit card. 
  5. Enter the amount you would like to transfer and tap Continue.
  6. Review the transfer details and tap Transfer to complete your instant transfer.
On Stash.com 
  1. Select Home.
  2. Select Transfer.
  3. Select Stash banking account.
  4. Select your debit card.
  5. Enter the amount you wish to transfer. 
  6. Click Confirm to complete the withdrawal.

Transfer speeds vary and could take up to 10 minutes to complete. Limits may apply.

Bank Account Services provided by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC.

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