Q. Can I use my Stock-Back card (debit card) at a gas station?
Yes you can! Remember to select Debit when you use your Stock-Back® Card at the pump. You can also pay inside at the counter. Please note: Gas stations may hold up to $175 when you swipe your card at the pump because they do not know the final amount of the sale.…
Q. Can I use my Stash Stock-Back card (debit card) while traveling?
Your Stash Stock-Back card (your debit card) works in over 125 countries (including purchases, ATM withdrawals, and online transactions). Purchases are subject to foreign transaction fees. Available countries can change without prior notice. …
Q. How long does it take to receive refunds from returns on my Stash Stock-Back card (debit card)?
The time frame for the return is dependent on the merchant. Merchandise returns can take 3-5 business days to appear in your Stash banking account. *Please note: the timeframe is dependent on the merchant. If you are waiting for a return,…
Q. How can I reset my Stash Stock-Back card (debit card) PIN?
Forgot your PIN? No worries—resetting takes seconds. Here’s how to do it. To reset your PIN in the app: Login to the Stash app. Tap Bank at the bottom of the screen. Tap the settings gear icon on the upper right-hand corner.…
Q. What are Stock-Back® bonuses?
With Stock-Back® Rewards, you earn a piece of stock (up to 1%) on almost every swipe of your Stock-Back® Card (your debit card).1 Stock-Back® bonuses work the same way,…
Q. Why is there a hold on my purchase for more than my payment amount?
Certain purchases (hotels, car rentals, gas stations, etc.) require pre-authorization and may temporarily hold money from your card balance that could be greater than the actual purchase amount. This is a temporary hold, and after your purchase is processed and settled,…
Q. 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. …
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