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||
|Already linked a credit or prepaid card to your profile (Note: you cannot use a credit or prepaid card for instant withdrawal.)||
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||
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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