Why is my device no longer supported by Stash?
Over time, we may not be able to support all devices. If this is the case for you, we’re very sorry for the inconvenience. But don’t worry, you’ll always be able to access Stash from the web.
We prioritize keeping sensitive information as secure as possible. Old platform versions don’t receive regular security updates, so we’re not able to protect your information up to our standards.
So what does this mean for you? We highly recommend either updating your software or using our website for security purposes.
Please note that if you’ve updated your device to a later version but are still receiving emails from us, this may be due to inactivity in your account. You’re still free to use the app!
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Q. Can I use my Stash Stock-Back card (debit card) to pay using digital wallets outside of the U.S.?
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