What are Stock-Back™ rewards?
We reward you with stocks for making qualified purchases. Let’s say you make a purchase with your Stash Stock-Back card (your debit card) at Amazon. We’ll reward you with AMZN (Amazon) stock. So whenever you buy from a publicly traded company, you’ll get fractional shares of that stock.
So what happens when you buy from a company that isn’t publicly traded? That’s easy. We’ll still give you rewards, but it’ll be invested in an ETF. You get to choose which ETF you’d like as your default. So if you buy from a local restaurant or other small business, you’ll get fractional shares in your default ETF as your Stock-Back™ reward.
The customer is responsible for the monthly Stash advisory fee, which starts at $1 per month and includes brokerage services but does not include additional costs that are charged by Stash and the custodian for ancillary services. Other fees may apply to the Stash debit account. For more information, please refer to https://www.stashinvest.com/disclosurelibrary.
Bank Account Services provided by Green Dot Bank and Stash Visa Debit card issued by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. Visa is a registered trademark of Visa International Service Association. Green Dot Bank operates under the following registered trade names: GoBank, Green Dot Bank and Bonneville Bank. All of the registered trade names are used by and refer to a single FDIC-insured bank, Green Dot Bank. Deposits under any of these trade names are deposits with Green Dot Bank and are aggregated for deposit insurance coverage. Green Dot is a registered trademark of Green Dot Corporation NMLS ID 914924. © 2019 Green Dot Bank. All rights reserved.
Account opening of the debit account is subject to Green Dot Bank approval. Investment products and services are not offered by Green Dot Bank and are Not FDIC Insured, Not Bank Guaranteed, and May Lose Value.
Stash Stock-Back rewards is not sponsored or endorsed by Green Dot Bank, Green Dot Corporation, Visa U.S.A., or any of their respective affiliates, and none of the foregoing has any responsibility to fulfill any stock rewards earned through this program. In order to earn stock through this program, the Stash debit card must be used to make a qualifying purchase (what doesn’t count: cash withdrawals, money orders, prepaid cards, and P2P payments). Opt-in is required. See Terms and Conditions for more details. In order for a user to be eligible for a Stash debit account, they must also have opened a taxable brokerage account on Stash. Stock-Back Rewards that are issued to a participating customer’s personal brokerage account via the Stash Stock-Back Program, are not FDIC Insured, Not Bank Guaranteed and May Lose Value.
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Misplaced your wallet and worried that fraudsters have it? Don’t panic—Stash offers the ability to lock and unlock your Stock-Back Card¹ (your debit card). You can keep looking for your card without worrying about unauthorized transactions. Locking is easy—here’s how: In the app: Open Stash.…1
Q. How do I cancel my Stash+ subscription?
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Q. How do I close my Stash Growth subscription?
We will be sorry to see you go! You can start your cancel request at any time online at Stash.com. See below to get started—note that currently, you can only make your cancel request online at this time. Steps for canceling Stash Growth subscription: Log into Stash.com.…3
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