Why was my instant transfer amount less than I expected?
When you initiate an instant transfer to an external bank, Stash deducts a 1% fee from the amount you enter. So for example, if you enter $100, $99 will be transferred to your bank account and $1 will be charged as a fee.¹
Keep in mind, you can spend money through your Stash banking account directly with your Stock-Back® Card.²
¹A 1% fee will be deducted from the transfer amount. Transfers may take up to 10 minutes. Limits may apply.
²All rewards earned through use of the Stash Visa Debit card (Stock-Back® Card) will be fulfilled by Stash Investments LLC. Rewards will go to your Stash personal investment account, which is not FDIC insured. You will bear the standard fees and expenses reflected in the pricing of the investments that you earn, plus fees for various ancillary services charged by Stash. 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.
Bank Account Services provided by and Stash Visa Debit Card (Stock-Back® 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. Investment products and services provided by Stash Investments LLC, not Green Dot Bank, and are Not FDIC Insured, Not Bank Guaranteed, and May Lose Value.
The Instant Transfer feature is offered by Stash Financial, Inc. and is not sponsored or endorsed by Green Dot Bank.
This feature is only available via the Web application, and may only be available to a group of users.
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