Q. How do I protect my Stash account?
Stash accounts require a unique user ID, password, and PIN. You also have the option of using biometric/fingerprint recognition for account access, which can help keep your account secure. We also recommend always logging out after use. We automatically log you out of the app after periods of inactivity and require you to enter your passcode to get back in.…
Q. Is Stash safe?
Stash follows the highest standards for data protection. We use bank-level security, the kind used by the wider financial industry, as part of our system that keeps your data secure. Stash employs 256-bit encryption to protect all your information, from personal data to transaction history.…
Q. Are loaned securities SIPC protected?
Are loaned securities SIPC protected? The securities loaned to a borrower may not be protected by Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) coverage. SIPC coverage protects customers in instances where a brokerage firm that has custody of his/her assets goes bankrupt. Where can I learn more about SIPC coverage?…
Q. Why Am I Being Asked to Provide a Trusted Contact?
We at Stash are legally required to ask you whether or not you would like to add a Trusted Contact for your account(s). Adding a Trusted Contact is NOT required. If you should choose to add one, anyone you trust who is 18 or older is eligible. …
Q. Stash Banking Benefits
Your Stash banking account comes packed with features that will help you invest in yourself. You’ll earn Stock-Back® rewards with every purchase, and you’ll also enjoy access to benefits provided by Mastercard®.1 We’ve highlighted some of the benefits below. …
Q. Investing Glossary
| A | B | C | D | E | F | H | L | M | P | R | S | U | # | A ADR fee ADR stands for American Depository Receipt. An ADR fee is charged on foreign stock investments.…
Q. Securities Lending
Securities lending is a kind of investment activity that allows whole-share owners of securities to earn extra income by loaning out their shares. Partial share owners are not eligible for securities lending. The owner of the whole-share (the lender) loans their securities to a financial institution,…
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