Q. Why did I get an error when I tried to instantly transfer funds to an external debit card?
You may get an error if there is an issue with your linked card. Your card may no longer be eligible if it’s expired, does not have enough funds on it, or if it’s been flagged for identity verification issues. …
Q. What are instant transfers?
Moving money within Stash generally is effective immediately but could take up to a few minutes. You can also move money to an external bank from your Stash banking account instantly for a 1% fee. It can take up to 10 minutes for your money to appear in your external account.¹ Standard transfers can take 1–3 business days.…
Q. 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,…
Q. Why do standard transfers take longer than instant transfers?
Standard transfers are processed by ACH (Automated Clearing House). These transfers are available at no additional fee¹, but may take 1–3 days to reach your external bank. Instant transfers are processed through a different network that allows for faster money movement,…
Q. How much do instant transfers to an external bank cost?
Instant transfers to an external bank cost 1% of the total amount transferred. The 1% will be deducted from the amount you enter. For example, if you enter $100, $99 will be transferred to your external bank and $1 will be charged as a fee by Stash.¹ Keep in mind,…
Q. Why don’t I see instant transfers as an available option?
You may not see instant transfers as an option if you haven’t linked an eligible external bank.¹ See how to link your debit card here Instant transfers are only supported by certain issuers. American Express and Discover are not supported. …
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