What are Stock Round-Ups?
Stock Round-Ups allows you to invest spare change from qualifying purchases made with your Stock-Back® Card. Each time you spend with your Stock-Back® Card, Stock Round-Ups will round up your purchase to the nearest dollar and automatically invest the spare change in a matching stock or a custom stock of your choice.
For example, if you spend $10.20, we’ll automatically round up the purchase by $.80. That $.80 will be invested in a matching stock or your chosen custom stock. You can turn this tool on from the Stock-Back® screen—and pause or resume at any time.
These are different from Rounds-Ups from your linked bank account. Read more about Round-Ups→
1 This Program is subject to terms and conditions. In order to participate, a user must comply with all eligibility requirements and make a qualifying purchase with their Stock-Back® Card. All funds used for this Program will be taken from your Stash Banking account.
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