Stash: Investing made easy

4.7 (304.8K)
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Stash Financial, Inc.
Last update
3 weeks ago
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15.0 or later
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User Reviews for Stash: Investing made easy

4.66 out of 5
304.8K Ratings
3 years ago, Becca and Kids
Relative Newbie happily and easily investing money
I downloaded this app about a year ago and have accumulated a nice chunk of change in my investments without feeling like I was spending all of my money. I like how you can invest as little as you want on whatever timeframe works for you. I was able to set my preferences and then leave it alone and watch my balances go up. I have it automatically withdraw money from my bank account on pay days and it invests it for me, so I don’t forget. I’ve also taken advantage of the bank account they offer and put my weekly spending money on there so that as I am shopping, I’m buying stocks as well. I turned on the round up feature but they also give you minuscule amounts of stocks just for using your card. They have information available to help ensure you are diversifying your investments, too. This app is super easy for new investors or anyone who doesn’t have a lot of money to invest. I did get really excited about how I was finally able to build up money in some investments, that I downloaded another app that is supposed to be investing for stock bits but the other app was not as user friendly, in my opinion as I am still learning about investing. I recommend this app to all of my friends (and not just because of the referral bonus). Good luck on your investments!
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5 years ago, Maissssas
A good habit of saving.
I started Stash about four months ago. I didn’t deposit anything for the first month and kinda just researched the app a little bit. The first thing i love about Stash is that it’s super user friendly. It’s easy for me to navigate and it’s beautifully built. The second thing i like about it, is that you can go at your own pace, whatever that may be. This app is meant for INVESTING which means “stashing” your money away and forgetting about it. Me personally, I’ve always tried to set money back in my savings and checking account and it just seemed like nothing ever grows. With stash, I’m able to put back an amount that is comfortable for me. They have a feature called auto-stash and i turned that on. I set my limit at $10 a week, noticed it was super easy and wasn’t losing any sleep over it, so i moved it up to $30. I did $30 for a few weeks and got excited so i bumped it up to $60 a week. For me, this is the perfect flow right now. It’s been three months of consistent saving, NO withdraws, and i purchased some ETF’s and Stocks in a few companies and my stash account just hit $1,000 with $104 being a return. This is a great way for you to save a little bit of money, and letting it grow over time. I give it 5 stars for my experience. I may leave another review when i hit 5k!! 😛
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4 years ago, Jamminalli
Update: I have been using the app now for about two years. I enjoy the freedom of picking my investments and moving money around. It does take a while for the selling window to take place if you want to withdraw money, which I rarely do. What I didn’t like was the customer service I received through email. I received several emails with a one sentence response that did not address my concern. I have referred several people so far to use the app, and the latest was advertised at receiving $20. I was told it was a $5/20 where my friend gets $20. I’m verifying later today that she received $20 as the agent stated. That was not what the ad states. So be aware if you refer, that the “Get $20” may not apply to you. This is a great app and I compare it to fantasy football. You can pick up and get rid of “players“ as your investments if you don’t like the way they perform. You can view past performance, and it’s easy to diversify. I knew nothing about investing when I got started but this makes it easier to get started and learn if you’re interested. I’ve also referred a few people and we all got our free money! When I started using this app a couple of years ago, I was working to repair my low credit score and save just a little bit of money starting with $5. Now my credit is great, and not only do I have a little savings, I am also now well above my original goal of an initial investment that I felt was a good first milestone.
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7 years ago, Spbrenda
Beginner, I'm so excited about Stash!
Wow! I've started at the end of July and I feel very confident in this app. I've always wanted to invest. First I tried Merrill Lynch with my bank and they even called me, at first I thought I was opening just a retirement / savings account with them but they said I signed up for stocks which is very confusing since I thought it was savings. But I tried and really I couldn't understand nothing of that, I still haven't deposited anything because it's too confusing. So I researched other ways and this is when I found Stash. I started with $30 a week out my checking account then as of 2 weeks ago my only return was $2.35 and I had 4 ETFs but one seemed to not be doing so well, I know they say sell when market is low but as a beginner I don't understand all that but as it was not doing me well and the other 3 were better , I sold that one and put $10 out my stash account into the one doing extremely well. I feel very confident in my choices and as of yesterday I have a return of $4.35... In 2 weeks $2, that's amazing to me as it took me 4 months to get only $2.35. I'm still learning and I still want to open retirement and savings in stash as they offer both. I even got $5 for getting someone to sign up and it's $1 a month fee to stash :) no one can beat that! Win win!
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3 years ago, tripOvr
Best decision
I am an average person with a job that barley pays over the poverty line. I realize that if I’m to build wealth with the little bit of money I’m able to get I needed help but didn’t know the first place to start. So when my friend suggested that I should get the stash app. I was hesitant at first because I didn’t know anything about investing or portfolios much less how to choose which stocks to buy or more importantly which ones not to. Since I’ve had stash I can say that I have a better idea of the process and all my questions have been answered and even questions that I didn’t know to ask. Stash has helped educate me and put my mind at ease when it comes to building wealth in the stock and investment world. To the Stash team I am grateful and appreciate the help and hard work that they put into helping me make smart decisions in regards to building wealth long and short term. Hands down the smartest thing I have ever done with my phone is download Stash! Building wealth is a difficult task but with Stash I started doing just that. They say every difficult journey starts with a single step and getting the Stash app was mine, it can be yours to so don’t worry and start building wealth it is the best thing you can do for yourself. It was for me.
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3 years ago, SD'icus the nighthearted
Highly recommend for younger casual investors
This app is really good for people who might not know too much about investing. It will give you a little bit of training materials that will set you on the right path, it offers banking options, Retirement options, and access to the stock market with good breakdowns, great options. They offer bond packs that allow you to see what you’re investing in. They give you the option to immediately re-invest dividends into stocks that pay dividends. They give you a debit card that gives you stock in companies that you patron using the card. They give you access to many other features, The phone support is pretty good in explaining what’s going on with the system. Just be aware that moving money between accounts usually takes up to two business days, and likewise for selling stocks. I believe that’s due to legal procedures, but I’ve found it gives me time to consider deeply what I really want to invest in. The app is admittedly addictive, and pleasurable. It works great regardless if you’re always on it or If you invest and forget about it for a while. Make your money work for you. Put yourself in a better spot for the future. I wish I could opt in to a little more niche market options, Crypto for example. I don’t think this app was designed for that though.
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2 years ago, Orah B
The Financial guide I didn’t SO GREATFUL to have tried!!!!
When I first saw Stash, it was an advertisement - very much like Acorn and I was skeptical because I was just like how does this work? But something inside told me to try it so I tried it. I’ve always been interested in investing in stocks and didn’t really know how to get into it, so (and I 1000% mean this) STASH IS PERFECT FOR ANYONE - ANY ONE - looking to get into investing with an easy learning tool that motivates you, encourages and fosters good habits, and gives you a total view of your spending habits so that you can make the appropriate adjustments in your budget! It has made it significantly easier for me to save up and reach my financial goals like retirement and travel. It’s easy for you to see everything, especially if you set up direct deposit into it and set up automatic bill payments. It’s amazing to be able to open the app and just have a good view of my finances. PLUS ALL THE STOCK BACK REWARDS FOR SHOPPING 😍👌🏾It makes budgeting, saving for the future, and financial planning, THAT much easier. Who wouldn’t want that during these strange times?!?!?!? Even kids can use it is that easy. Ps. I promise I’m not a paid actor - I’m just a Black girl who’s trying to establish generational wealth.
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8 months ago, Stephiiisteph
Scam! They will steal money from you. Be careful using this app.
So I had this app for years they had ended up closing my account the first time, apparently because they were switching ownership or something like that so they ended up giving me a new account number and a new card had no issues for a while using it then one day, my card was not working after I had just transferred money into the account using my Apple Pay I called. They said that they were closing the account, but would not give me any information as to why would not let me transfer any money out that I had just put in there or that I already had in there I was told I was going to get sent a check within a certain amount of time after a week I still didn’t receive it. I called to find out what was going on. I was given the run around saying I need to verify my address again after I just did all this over a week the guy on the phone was gonna look into it, then tries to tell me that he wanted to verify with me that I was admitting and confirming that I had a different address and some other stuff which I never even said once I told him I was recording the conversation and was trying to find out why he was making stuff things. I never said he tried to turn it around and say something different again after that. Honestly, wouldn’t use this app especially if you’re putting money in or have a lot of money in it because they may just try to take it from you.
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3 years ago, flightmedic 44
Love it, Hate it
Love the stock back part of this app. Love getting paid early and not having to wait till “payday “ to get paid. The ability to purchase stocks is another plus. Hate their new thing, where when I go to buy gasoline, even though I make a pin purchase from INSIDE the store and not at the pump, they authorize, in addition to my purchase price, an amount equal to my actual purchase. Say I bought, $20 in gas, a couple sodas, and a candy bar. Total price $30, I pay inside for all of the purchase, then go pump my gas at the pump. Stash, charges my $30 for the purchase and another $30, which sits as pending for 8-10 days. Only work around I can find is to add money to a fuel card and use it for gas, or don’t need the extra $30 till they drop the pending. I should say, IF they drop the pending, for some reason, never explained, the last time they put something pending, they claim it’s the gas station doing it, yet it is only when I used Stash to pay, they took the pending off my transactions, but the money never made it back to my account and seems to have vanished into then air. If not for the hassles of changing to a different bank, changing direct deposits, etc, I would gladly not use Stash. Losing the stocks, etc would also be a disappointment and they have taken enough money already. Use the work around, make sure gasoline doesn’t show up in your purchase and you will be alright.
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3 years ago, seananney
Just OK
Been using Stash for a few months now. It’s “ok,” but it’s night and day, compared to other investment apps. First, trades don’t happen in real-time and often get kicked back. I’ve had several trades reversed, even though my account has sufficient funding. Also, adding funds to Stash takes forever. The number of business days it takes Stash to make deposited funds available is overly lengthy and unforgivable. Whatever Stash’s reasons may be for creating such lengthy delays are irrelevant—it is, after all, the 21st century, and today’s technology makes it possible for fund transfers and deposits to post immediately (especially once a financial account has been added and verified). The thing is, based on my experience with a few other investment apps and accounts I have, these issues are likely easy fixes for Stash. The question is, why does Stash make it so difficult to accomplish these run of the mill actions? And if Stash is going to respond to this review, please don’t reply with any lame excuses, because the things I’m complaining about are smooth and seamless with every other investment app/account I use. And I have yet to try to sell any stocks in Stash, and am a bit concerned how long that might take. Bottom line, I think Stash “can be” a great investment tool, but not until and unless it provides for quicker, problem-free trades and account funding services. At present, it’s simply just ok.
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3 years ago, DrStones
Great learning tool for new investors
When I first started I had little to no success in the market. Basically, I knew nothing. But after reading about how STASH helps us retailers and using their education blogs I was able to start actually earning and grow my savings. So I am putting a regularly scheduled amounts into both a retirement plan and personal account along with any disposable income I have. Their is a “smart account that STASH manages it. Mine earns well enough but I’m optimistically cautious about that account. I rarely withdrawal any cash as it’s a savings account. I have learned so much from them that now I can look to more aggressive investments within the app for faster growth, high risk investments. I have even learned about crypto currency and trading in that world too. I haven’t seen STASH get involved with cryptocurrency but as a result of my education from the STASH I have been using their strategies in the crypto market with some success. I have enjoyed the last 2 years with this app and it’s my go to for most of my questions. I feel I still have much to learn and this app helps. I have recommended this app to many people and they have enjoyed it as well. Anyway that’s my two cents. Good job stash team!
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3 years ago, PaulMD1969
I had money missing from my account.
I had been noticing that there were two instances in which I’ve seen money disappear in either my funds waiting to clear or my cleared funds in my investment account. The returns that they list at the top are deceiving and inaccurate. It’s also impossible to get a trade done before you loose money. I pulled out ALLL of my money as I tried over and over to get the issue resolved. Although the people answer for Cust service were very polite, I couldn’t get my problem solved. They all told me that they would need to have a manager call me back. All three times this happened and all three times no call back. Compare them with TD Ameritrade or Even SoFi. They sell fake crypto, but they’re very good bankers. STASH is just another spawn of Gree Dot Bank, the worlds worst predatory credit card company. Now they just steal outright because people just don’t trust backs anymore. I gave them one star because of their ‘Top Off’ feature and Stock Back. That’s it. I wouldn’t trust them with a larger investment balance. Some days about a year ago it took over a 24 hours for a trades to go thru. Now it takes 3 hours. I lost really big one time and that was the straw that broke the back. Theres simply no excuse for money to dissapear. The last person I spoke with was going to ask someone to audit the acct. I’m assuming they found something. I’m sure I’ll get a notice for a class action suit soon. I’m positive I’m not the only one.
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2 years ago, dmannn94
Easy place to slowly build up a financial safety net overtime while overall serving a user better than a traditional bank. Three years I’ve used it so far. A nice place to put things on autopilot in the background. Plenty of information available all over the app. Downsides: Overall boring looking interface. Weak, cheap plastic debit card whereas acorns sends a heavy duty gem and Robinhood a sleek card with choice design. Very flimsy and uninspiring when compared to even the most basic of cards. Non-interactive platform. Your portfolio doesn’t instantaneously change with new market data. It changes just a few times a day. No excitement will come from watching it. Not even the automated smart portfolio moves instantly, only working within their trading windows. Not a fast moving platform at all. Meant to be gentle. Update 2022: I started investing with them in 2017. Smooth sailing. Lovely growth. Gradual. Twice in less than a month I’ve not been able to access my account on my phone. For whatever reason stash will occasionally give error codes “stash is cancelled” among other peculiar things. My phone automatically updates these apps, so I always have the latest version. I have to uninstall and reinstall. If this can’t get resolved I will probably transfer all holdings to another account and delete stash.
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4 years ago, MoonshineMike
Poor customer service
I’ve been investing with them since they started up a few years ago. I’ve been so impressed with them that I tell all of my friends about them and I even have taken advantage of their online banking services now as my primary bank. However, over the past few months I’ve encountered a number of technical errors with the stash app and have had to contact customer service on many occasions and each time the representatives have either not addressed the issue at all or just given me an answer that was different from the previous customer service rep indicating that they really don’t know what’s going on. It’s been about 3 months now that I’ve had the same technical error with the stash app. It took them 2 months to elevate the issue to their IT department who contacted me and I did what they said to do. Their solution was just to have me go to their online website and try to purchase my stocks that way... avoiding the app all together... So I logged into the website and purchased my stocks that way and finally it worked however, somehow the act of logging into their website completely locked me out of my Stash App. I contacted customer support and it’s been days and no response. These guys used to be great but obviously they expanded way too fast for their own good. They’re customer service and IT department aren’t trained properly to handle much of anything and they certainly aren’t on the same page. Get a grip guys. This is ridiculous.
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4 years ago, PauKu2
I used to enjoy app. Not quite as informative as other apps and transactions are a bit slower, but I did prefer it as my primary app to use. There’s a few catches however. Even after your stocks have been sold and cleared both waiting periods to be transferred back out of app, they will limit how much you are allowed to take in a 3 day period. Mind you, this isn’t funds waiting to be cleared from your external source of funding your stash account but rather stock sold and sitting cleared. Takes about 5 days. They’ll only let you take portions at a time. And even less if you buy any stock while trying to transfer money out. They will also lock you out of account and deny you access to your stock or funds. So invest knowing they may cease your money. I say cease, because if it’s cleared all their waiting periods and they bar you access, you may as well consider it not your money. Been with them probably about two years. It’s by no means the best free app out there. Kind of nervous to continue to use my stash debit card as I have my income direct deposited into that card. Thinking I may need to seek a different bank to be sure they won’t prevent me access to that as well.
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3 years ago, Dak442
Love Stash
I joined Stash in 2016. They have made so many improvements over the last few years. In my opinion, this is a great app & bank for younger people to learn and get started investing. Using the Stash tools will teach not only the younger generation but anyone the basics and more of the stock markets and investing. The round up program is a great tool. The one I use is the stock purchase plan when using their debit. I also love the fractional purchase option. Set up a regular deposit weekly or monthly and purchase your favorite company without thinking about it. Before you know it your at 10 shares then 25 & up. Check in on your portfolio anytime. I gave Stash 4 stars just for the reason of there is some companies you can’t buy at this time but that seems to be penny stocks. Also Stash doesn’t have some abilities for the market like options, buying margins but I don’t think you need that on this platform as it’s more for newer investors. Also their transfers of money to your regular bank shouldn’t take 3-5 days as well as the sale of stocks the proceeds shouldn’t take as long as they do. It should be instant. But that is me being picky. I highly recommend Stash!
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8 months ago, mappf72
Need better PMs
I think most people are turned off by stash because the dashboard isn’t lively. The tickers are delayed by 15 minutes or so. In conversations I’ve had with customers that I’ve recommended the product to, they prefer a more up to date live market feed as opposed to a stale/stick dashboard that doesn’t appear to move and isn’t lively. Also, in order to buy more of a stock or sell it you should have a first layer option within the portfolio instead of burying it multiple layers deep. This confuses everyday Americans and presents a learning curve against the listed mission. The best apps don’t need a user manual to use it. You should hire product managers that have more investing experience instead of millennials that are stuck on having a zoom call arguing about the color scheme or prioritizing feedback that doesn’t align with the business objectives. You are focusing on confirming what you’ve already done is a pleasant experience instead of validating that it isn’t because you’ve already built something and don’t have the right people to fix it. Next time your recruiters are looking for a candidate ask them some questions around personal investing experience as opposed to what millennial happy beat company they’ve worked for that’s running in the red on venture capital.
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3 years ago, Gdubbs3059
Used to be one of the best
I used to love Stash, but they have become unbearable lately. Customer service is a joke, the back and forth through email because the agent doesn't read them and simply copy/paste replies is infuriating. For a financial service, the number of banks they do not accept is ridiculous! Stash has it's own bank, online, time to recognize that online banks are a thing, and start working with them better. There are always errors, whether connecting banks or cards. How can I not connect any of my 3 major credit card...? And speaking of banks, their own is all but useless. Doesn't allow fees to be withdrawn from certain portfolios, can't be used for custodial or retirement, there isn't much it can do, at all, and reasons... always under new updates that are ironing out issues. And why take away gifting to a custodial account, that was the perfect gift idea. It's so simple, what possibly went wrong with that? Majority of issues can't be solved by email, solution, call and wait on hold forever and finally deal with an agent who barely knows more that the ones emailing you to call or help. Oh, and customer service over the phone, 8:30am - 6:30pm... see any issues there? That's the average work hours for most people!!!! When do you think we will be able to call??
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4 years ago, Etugdgjb
Pretty good service for starting out
Overall for the most part I’m pretty satisfied with Stash my only complaint is the lack of accessibility to stocks. Stash has roughly half of the companies listed on the NASDAQ available to it’s subscribers for investing. I have emailed in a few times regarding this issue and asked when specific stocks would be available in the portfolio. The only answer I get back is that they add new stocks daily. However, unless they also take some away daily I have not seen a growth in the overall size of the available stock portfolio to support that statement. I have not seen any of the stocks that I have requested become available either and it’s been at least four months since I last asked. I was forced to open a Fidelity account as well or miss out on some really good stock buys. Overall I do really like the app and how user friendly and easy it is to use. It is truly my preference for investing. Maybe if they ever get all of the stocks on the market available for purchase I will close my Fidelity account and go back to just using Stash. Right now though I can’t afford to miss out on all the money that they leave on the table.
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4 years ago, rctking
Love the app, but a few things I’d like to see
I understand this app being more of an investment app and the options are amazing for ETFs. On the other hand, investing in companies single hand can be tough. I like seeing the ‘average price’ in which you are invested to the stock with multiple transactions. But with these transactions I do not see where the exact price you bought it for is at. Maybe I’m not seeing it somewhere, but watching the market on different apps and finding a good spot to buy ( on say a ‘low’) is difficult to monitor when you can’t see or depict how much you actually bought the stock for when you make a purchase. Along with this, an added ‘day’ part to the progress charts of the stock would be nice aside from just the: week,month, 6month etc. that would help track buying and selling for more frequent traders as they continue to “Stash” their money into different companies. But like I said in the beginning, I understand this is more of an investing app and not one to be of frequent trading. I like this app and will continue to use it for right now, but as trading becomes more frequent - I may have to move on to something else like E-trade or RobinHood. Other than that , it’s wonderful tool for learning and getting to know the basics for a well priced monthly fee. A great way to start investing.
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1 year ago, Hbs346368
Horrible company
This app probably works well for anyone who decided to keep it. But try cancelling your subscription. They will try to trap you into continuing to pay while lying to you about closing your account. It took 2 months to get my account closed. I tried on my own first but the platform kept saying I had investments but I didn’t. A rep claimed once I withdrew my funds and the process completed that they would close the account. The didn’t and instead charged me for 2 more months. Since the fee is small I didn’t notice it. Had I not been looking for a completely different transaction I may have missed it for a longer time. I notify them and they would not refund my subscription fees although it is evident I never used the platform and I spoke with a rep 2 months prior to close the account. Should be illegal to charge people for services they aren’t using after they request an immediate cancellation. Update: developer response shows that they did not even read my review just gave a generic response. I did everything the company claims you need to do to close the account and it continued to say I needed to close out investments when I had none. I was closing the accounts to stop the subscription but because the platform prevented me from closing I was locked into the subscription. Even after a rep claimed they would close it once my withdrawal cleared.
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5 years ago, STX001
Stash Debit downer
As a Founder, I was in line to receive one of the debit accounts, and the new metal debit card. When the time came around, I opened the account, and the card arrived. I began using the account as my primary debit account for my daily expenses. In March of this year, I had the debit card number compromised. To this date, August 8 I STILL do not have a replacement metal card. Upon requesting the original replacement, I was told that I could not get a metal replacement until the original card’s expiration date. A FOUR year wait???Although the girl said she would “try” it is, 5 months later and I don’t have a replacement card, although the debit customer service (obviously outsourced to a foreign country as they are extremely difficult to understand) has said they have sent a standard plastic card replacement. Why promise a metal card, and then not allow it to be replaced? If I could just once get someone other than the debit customer service to handle this, maybe I would have a chance. But each and every time I’ve called, I get redirected. This is the second review I’ve submitted regarding this situation. No response....
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5 years ago, Ms. Shields
I love the debit card more than anything else
Stash is a great app. But in my opinion I feel like unless you can invest in a very large amount of money it’s not worth investing the small amount unless you’re trying to make a savings, because any profit that you receive goes back to them for their one dollar fee which equivalents to $12 a year and on small investment that’s about all you’re pretty much profit for the year. I ended up pulling my largest investment which was around $100 which was holding a steady profit of about $4 dollars. I’m going to still hold onto the app since I left all of my stock back investment in there that way when I’m in a position to put a couple of thousand dollars in there then I will really see a difference especially for the investment account I picked, it’s a good one, which is also a big factor because you can lose big-time if you don’t choose carefully which business you invest in; which that was a learning experience for me because before Stash I didn’t know anything about investing, now I feel like I know enough to want to be an investor. With all that being said I absolutely love love love having the debit card I get direct deposit there and it’s great no fees with the bank I really do absolutely love the debit card.
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5 years ago, Baxstar.S
Put my account in a negative balance don’t use
Hello guys this is my first review of a app why my first this is the app that put my bank account in a negative balance so I am a beginner and wanted to make some money so I bought small invest of like 10 dollars they gave me 5 n I used 5 i then I decided I wanted to invest good money so I picked some stocks I would like in fortune so I put them in my portfolio it added up to 20$ I’m auto stash I set a schedule for 20$ to be taken out the next week I get payed then stash took money out my bank the same day but the thing is I only had 17 dollar in my bank account and it tried to take 20 but since there was not enough my bank charged me a 29 dollar fee which put me in a -17 dollar balance I am very sad about this so I call stash n try to talk to them the say that the 20 will go back to my back so I’m thinking it will all be okay then stash hits my nank again even tho I’m already in a negative balance they try to take money from me ;( n they put me in -46 dollar balance cause my bank charges 29 dollar overdraft fees since the money they wanted wasn’t there my bank did the overdraft fee again even when I turn off n everything in stash what I’m saying guys is don’t use stash it will take your money you won’t get it back till this day my money will never be seen thank you and hope you can understand my bank is still in negative balance ;( anyway thank you for reading my review bye.
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5 years ago, Lifted CEO
Horrible Customer Service
This app was great AT FIRST! Everything seemed fine, I invested in some stocks and had about $25 in my portfolio. Then I decided (since I felt a little more comfortable) to transfer $25 to my portfolio and reached $50 in my portfolio. I used my $25 to invest in some more stocks but the next day, all my investments were gone and my portfolio was back down to $25 and I actually lost money because all of my returns from the investments were gone. I called Stash and they said that the transfer was cancelled. I attempted to redo this like three times but every time “my bank” supposedly cancels the transfer. I don’t understand why this is happening and customer support didn’t help me at all. They just kept telling me that the stocks “were not mine” to begin with. So if they’re not mine, fine. I don’t want them to be anymore anyway. This app is a joke, I read reviews and more people are having issues like me. Someone suggested Robinhood so I’m going to try them now. Bye, Stash, I’m out! ✌️ By the way, I forgot to mention. Even after closing my account and selling all my investments, Stash still managed to charge my bank account $6 for I don’t even know what. But that’s funny how they can charge me for their BS but when I want to transfer money to invest, it always get “cancelled”. Seems a bit weird, right? This company is a scam. Seemed like a great idea but it’s poorly executed. Hopefully other companies are doing it the right way.
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4 years ago, Mattsatbat
Buyer Beware
A friend of mine sent this to me and it looked interesting. I signed up using an account that only receives a small portion of my pay (basically my “pocket money” account) and I’m so glad that I did because no matter how many times I check every setting I can find in the app and set them all to withdraw “bi-weekly on Friday’s”, I continue to have withdrawals *every* Friday, and as of today I can add a Monday to the list too — I’m also lucky that I decided to set each withdrawal at only $20 (for each of 3 different Stash “accounts”) while I test it out, I couldn’t imagine if they were taking out larger sums left and right against my will. I keep taking screenshots of one of the settings which I’ve repeatedly set to “bi-weekly”, because every week after I notice another unwanted withdrawal the setting will be magically switched back to “weekly”... On top of all of this, the app has been telling me that my “stash debit card” is ready to activate for about a month now, but there has been no sign of it in the mail. I have been at this address for over 5 years, my wife receives items she orders online about 2-4 times per week, and I’ve never had an issue with receiving mail or anything else here at all until this circus of a situation came along. As soon as I can figure out how to recover whatever they will let me recover from this mess, I am out!
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4 years ago, Leoluv823
Potential for greatness but seriously lacking
it makes investing fun. But unfortunately the creators need to step up trading windows, clearance of bank deposits, and the promotional friend referrals. I still haven’t received any of my friend referrals even though I was literally next to them when they did and they started investing via the app. I cannot stand how long it takes yo clear a trade, there’s only four half hour windows a day so if you’re looking for a price to trade and it’s outside of that, forget it. Plus, it takes a ridiculous amount of time for cash to clear from the app to your bank. My bank is great at clearing deposits except with stash. It’s too slow, there isn’t an excuse for this, it needs to be fixed. It’s why I decided to never ever use the stash card, not worth the headache. It’s really unfortunate because this app really has a lot of potential. It’s really a clever idea and really smooth to use. But stash has to keep users happy, if they’re smart they will fix it and make necessary improvements. People have other options now. I intended to have my stash be my primary investment tool but now I feel I can’t trust them with my money (never good) and they don’t honor their promotions so I started using Stash as my secondary tool and only using it once in a while.
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3 years ago, Happysassycat
Investing simplified
I have never been one to take the chance in the market since the lingo always made me feel like I needed a lawyer to approve the idea before I signed anything. Stash’s straightforward clear explanations removes the hesitation to see what happens. The investment requirements are so minimal that I had to see if I might find the next big deal while it’s still small. I’m not sure if I have (yet); but, with the weekly stock party favors (🗣free stock🎈🎁) and my initial $5 investment my portfolio is gradually gaining momentum! Also, when you pay bills using your Stash bank account you earn stock from the company your paying for your bill. For example I pay my cell phone bill to AT&T with my stash account. You can fund the bank account via direct deposit, bank link transfer, or deposit cash via a local business (such as Walgreens) FOR FREE!!! I’m saying No load fee or store surcharge. The Stash app will generate a barcode for the business to scan and if you tell them $20 that’s all you pay and the FULL amount goes to your account!! It’s so easy, saving money now and investing in the future at the same time!! 🤯🤑
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3 years ago, d/dx
Please define the word steal
Years ago my wife and I sold all we had in stash. I thought I had closed my account. Months later I discovered they were still charging me a monthly $1 maintenance fee. They managed to slip in something like $0.35 that apparently they owed me. So I pulled the money out AGAIN and thought I had closed the account. Again, months later I discovered that I was being charged $1 monthly maintenance fee. So then I went and found that there were additional steps required to take to close an account. Finally got it closed. I checked my bank account recently. This is on a bank account that I never use for anything of significance. FOR THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS THEY HAVE BEEN CHARGING ME A MAINTENANCE FEE! After some digging we found that it is on my wife’s account that she never took all the steps to close. $1 per month for years on a zero balance account, with zero activity. While technically not stealing, I feel that this falls clearly under the unethical category. What did I lose? Maybe $50 all told. Not that big a deal. But I gained a reminder that people will goose you for a buck and continue to goose you so long as you don’t notice it. Thanks for the life lesson Stash! If you are genuinely interested in getting on the side of morality with no questions asked, send an email letting us know you are still taking money on an inactive account.
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3 years ago, YouAskedIResponded
At first this was great, with time passing not so much
The title says it all. I say this because well at first auto investing, round offs and the stock back card seemed great. Except for right now idk why it keeps auto withdrawing over $20 a week, when I have only committed to $5 a week, I turned it off and it still pulls over $20 a week every week. I don’t get it, plus you have to pay $1 a month to the use the app. Not only that but if you want to sell a position you have in a stock you have to wait 2 trading days to get the cash for it before you can transfer it to your bank account(which takes another 2-3 business days) or purchase another stock. Which is extremely inconvenient. Plus there are only trading windows every day, so if you want to purchase stock you are not getting it at the price you want. You get it at the price the stock is at the time of when they purchase it. Save yourself money and time and just don’t be lazy. Go use another app and just invest your money yourself instead of having the app invest it for you. Unless you just want to keep buying in one or two stocks for a long term investment and do not plan to ever need the money out of your investment without waiting 5+ business days, then it’s not to bad. Just not for what I expected or what I need it for.
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3 years ago, FIFA master Austin d.
Great Application
Everything about this app is designed for the user. The stock market or a bank operation this app will help you. The only problem I find is the customer service. It is almost perfect, they have trouble figuring out a bank account that has recently been emptied. For some reason instead of cancelling the transaction it takes forever to get your Stash account back online which is annoying to say the lest. The require more of the same bank info that you started the account with which ends up taking almost a whole month to unlock my account. This type of confusion makes me want to go somewhere else and do the same thing without all the waisted time. They never explain to the user if you use an account that has recently been drained due to bills or these trying times that they will lock your account all together and make you jump through hoops to get it going again.. I wish they would just say no try another account instead putting a freeze on your account. Seems a little unnecessary. Other than that it’s a pretty good app. I would recommend this app to some people that don’t mind jumping through hoops sometimes. Plus they charge you $5 bucks every time you wanna put cash onto your account card. Kinda Tacky!
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4 years ago, Katkat112008
Power house
This is the best micro saving app out of all the apps I have tried. I have utilized the resources they provide and have truly gained alot of knowledge and income. I have amassed quite a Nest egg for myself that I am extremely proud of. I absolutely love the stock back feature. Everytime I receive stock back from any purchase, I feel I am that closer to my goal. You get mostly pennies back, but they add up very quickly if you use your card often. A little bit does build into something monumental. Keep at it. I like the fact that you can talk to a live person if you need to. You can control how much you spend or save. You can see use it to build up your discretionary income that would have been sitting in a bank account drawing next to no interest. My best advice is give the site an honest chance. By that I mean use auto save, invest everyday so that you get used to saving if you are not used to the habit. You can use the referral feature and any promotions for free stuff to get free money. Swipe your card for all purchases as well as pay bills. Invest any spare change into any stocks. Read the articles and watch your money grow!
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4 years ago,
Beautiful but Busy
I love the look of this app, and how easy it is to use and invest money into things that support the causes I care about (like the “Clean and Green” fund), but unfortunately the pros outweigh the cons. I hate how busy and annoying this app is. There seems to be no way to opt out of all the things it tries to push on you all the time, such as the Stash debit card and all the pressure to diversify your portfolio. Hey, I understand that these things may be important to some people, but you should be able to just say “No” and have these things gone, leaving you with a nice, uncluttered dashboard. Not all investors have the same experience levels and/or goals, so the developers Stash should allow users to customize this experience to suit each investors’ needs. Lastly, and maybe this is a bug (as opposed to inconsiderate design choices), but sometimes when I open the app I have a pop-up that covers the screen wanting me to refer my friends, and I can’t close the pop-up, no matter how many times I hit the X in the top right corner. Super annoying when all I want to do is check to see how my investments did for the day. Ultimately, I have to close the app, relaunch it and cross my fingers. Usually this works, but still a PITA for an app that I’M ALREADY PAYING A MONTHLY FEE TO USE! You’ve been around long enough to have this stuff sorted out, Stash. So, shape up or I’m shipping (and cashing) out.
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3 years ago, Jonny Robarge
Great app to begin investing
I started investing with stash when I was 24. In the beginning it was a challenge to understand investments, strategies, and all of of the rules involved with investing. But after I did my own research on the stock market and capital gains tax, and with the help from stashes insights. I have become very confident in my ability to invest my hard earned money into things I believe in and understand, and now my money is working for me more aggressively! Stash made it easy! When I started, the app was kind of slow with ticker prices and didn’t have the smart portfolio. But over time these things have been updated and have become even more user friendly and the new smart portfolio seems to be working out good with the amount that I put into it. I would recommend stash to any beginner in the stock market. Also the stock party’s are a plus to earn some extra change. It only takes a few minutes to earn! I would recommend going that route for beginners. Thank you stash! With your help, me and my fiancé will be able to purchase our first house!
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3 years ago, ehsomol
Lots of pros, but a couple key cons.
I’ve been using Stash for a couple years now. I started using it, and have continue to do so, as it’s so easy to use. I like how easy it is to pull up different investments and are provided a simple and important overview of the investment. In just a couple quick taps, I can purchase or sale what I need. Additionally, the cost to use Stash is low what is a huge reason I’ve been using it as long as I have. Now there are two big downsides that has lead me to look into investing elsewhere. One - they push both their banking option/debit card hard. You seem to always have to click “no” every time you log on and a pop up appears pushing their debit card. I pushed “ok” or something of the effect by accident one time and a week later, a Stash debit card showed up in the mail. It’s been sitting unused since. Additionally, and I keep on waiting for this to be fixed in updates, but when I go into the “View all transactions” options of my investments, it appears to try and load the data, but after sitting for minutes, nothing appears. This happens nearly every time and has been this way for months now. It’s super important to see my transaction history and what is the most frustrating part of this app.
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3 years ago, Shuryia
Love Stash.
I absolutely love Stash Invest. I've used Acorns & another investing app, but I've never been able to fully understand what was actually happening with my money while also seeing an increasing return. What caught my attention with Stash is the ease of access to a stock platform that wasn’t just a long jumping line. They give you $5 to cover the startup, so you can invest right away & for $1 monthly subscription fee. Using Acorns, I lost money & they charged a higher monthly subscription- then they kept taking my rollover money & losing that too. Other apps charge high fees but luckily, I broke even when I finally gave up. Stash Invest has done more than I would have expected in a short amount of time. The app has improved steadily over the last 4 years I’ve been using it, always adding new tickers & functionality. News updates, mini lessons, descriptions, & definitions all in one place! You really learn about what you are doing & how your money can work for you. Stash has not only helped me save & earn, but also, given me an opportunity to test the waters & really begin investing for my future. I’ve started a checking account through them now as well & couldn’t be more satisfied.
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4 years ago, Shellyf51
Stupid Me
A friend referred me to Stash and I signed up thinking that it was a good way to invest. I set up auto Stash and they were taking $5 a week out of my account. I’ve been a customer for about six months and would periodically check my account balance to monitor growth. I checked today to see what was going on and realize how low my balance seemed in relation to the amount that was coming out of my account. What also caught my attention was that my account said that I had $113 in cash and I thought that was strange since the money was being invested. Stupid me I didn’t realize they were charging me a monthly fee and not actually investing my money. They only amount invested was $25. The CSR I spoke to said that since my money was not invested, I had opened three investment accounts and only one was being used, the fee was $9 a month. I was hopping mad. If Stash could select the investments for the first account why couldn’t they do the same for the other two. I told her that I did not know anything about investing and was under the delusion that Stash was auto investing for me. They put the rest of my money into an account and were holding it like a savings account. My monthly “investment” was for $20 and Stash has been paying themselves a fee of $9. Needless to say I requested that the account be closed and my money returned to me. I wouldn’t refer anyone to them.
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5 years ago, LlllAaaaa24
It will take your money but won’t give it back
I was happy with this app for the first couple years that I have used it. It has allowed me to save up a nice amount of money and gain some good experience with investing. However, my issue with it is this. My financial situation has changed recently so I decided I want to put a hold on the auto stash feature ( which automatically takes money out of your bank account and puts it into the app) as well as withdraw a cash balance I had in the app. First off, I could not put a hold on the auto stash feature, I have gone around and around in circles on the app trying to figure out how to turn the feature off. It could not be more confusing. Also, I could not withdraw the cash balance I had in the app. The app would “freeze” ( I don’t know how else to describe it) when I would try and finalize the transfer from the app to my bank account. I figured something was wrong with the transfer feature on the app, so since I couldn’t take money out I checked to see if I could put money in. Guess what?! That worked. The app will take my money no problem. But if I want to withdraw my money then all of a sudden it no longer works. I don’t think I am going to continue to use a service that will gladly take my money but will not give it back to me.
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5 years ago, StashFounder
Great idea, horrible execution.
I have been a Stasher for over a year and a Founder of their checking account. Recently Stash over drafted my Chase Bank account by duplicating an automatic transfer from my Chase checking account, and Stash admitted to their mistake. I tried to disconnect that external account and link another, but the app showed an error. Called customer service and they were also unable solve the issue and was referred to “operations”, which I assume is their tech support. Because I did not authorize this duplicate payment, Chase is in their right to charge me overdraft fees. Stash never returned my money, and on top of that have to pay the overdraft fee. The main appeal of Stash over other investment firms is the lack of fees and their auto-Stash, so if these don’t work there is no incentive to open a Stash account. Fortunately, other investment firms followed suit on Stash/Robinhood by not charging trade fees, so I can get much better service at the same price elsewhere. I agree with the core values and investment strategy of Stash, but technical difficulties are too common and too inconvenient for any working person to deal with, so I am closing my account and never returning to Stash again. Hoping I will get to see the money that was taken from me without my authorization. This is completely unacceptable, especially from an investment app that has only been good at hurting my returns.
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1 year ago, Great app~~~
Absolute DISASTER Since Changing Underlying Banks
This used to be my favorite banking app. NOT anymore! Today I changed to ACORNS. RUN AWAY from this app! Ever since they changed banks to Stride and moved away from Green Dot, it has been complete TRASH. I had a total of zero issues in the years they used Green Dot. In the less than a month since they changed to Stride, I’ve had DAILY problems. Can’t direct deposit, can’t deposit checks, can’t Zelle money, basically, it’s a BANK “ACCOUNT” YOU CAN’T PUT MONEY INTO. It’s a complete JOKE. Finally I hit my last straw. I’m taking my money elsewhere. (It’s not like I could add it to my Stash account, anyway!) A brief search online shows there are many, many users in the same boat. DO YOUR RESEARCH AND RUN AWAY BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE! Edit: The developer replied with a stock answer that the developer gives for every one star review. It’s a complete Joke. They do absolutely nothing to help fix the situation but desperately hope that their stock reply will mitigate a one star review. It will only make it worse. This useless reply from the developer is just one more indicator to everyone to RUN AWAY. IF I COULD, I WOULD EDIT MY REVIEW TO ZERO STARS BASED ON THIS USELESS DEVELOPER REPLY. If you want to help, change back to Green Dot bank, when everything worked smoothly……….. The change to the new bank is a complete failure.
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7 years ago, MrEggoWafflez
Great way to get your gears going!
I’m a college student but I’m also a young individual that wants to contribute his part into the economy. I started back in July investing only $5 a week. I have been consistent with auto stash and sometimes stashing away another $5 here and there. Now I have $105 and have made 2.25 on it! It’s not much, and I’m not getting rich but I am making more than a savings account! What I like about it is that my investments are small and the cash isn’t readily accessible. This barrier allows me to forget about the money I have invested and just let it build up. Within a year, I’ll have at least over $260. And that’s still better than I’d be doing anyways when I’ve “tried to save.” I think it’s great! And I’ve also been consistent with putting money away in another savings account. And I’ve been better with money. This isn’t just about having an app you can make simple investments. This is about building positive basic habits that’ll we’ll be thankful for. This is only the beginning and once I graduate, I can really start buying stocks and investing for my future. Thanks for the app!
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4 years ago, tfalstrom
Horrible customer service!
President won’t even speak to you! My writing this review even puts me in harms way using there service! They siphon funds in little amounts all the time and hope you won’t notice! If you try to call them on it they say do you have a screenshot for proof. So who sits around and takes screenshots of there accounts all day to make sure your investment firm isn’t ripping you off! The banking part is just as bad! There’s no real tracking on it so you can’t tell if there information is correct without auditing your funding account to see if things match up. And they don’t. I’m real glad I tested this app for the last 9 months with just under $2000 over time of funding it before moving the bulk of my savings to here for investment! I will be doing further research into them as well for SEC,FDIC and the BBB for the missing funds in my account before I go though! Really this app has potential to be good for the investors but at this point it’s all about taking as much as they can from the customer and let the foreign customer service take the complaints while Brandon krieg sits on his island laughing at us! We’ll also see what the attorney general’s office has to say about criminal side of there investigation too! Rant over loose your money if you want or make money for free on Robinhood!!
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3 years ago, zhandi798379837983
Beginners only, good chance to lose everything!
Stash is ok and only ok if the stock market continues to go up. The main problem with Stash is there is no urgency. As we all know, the stock market is in for some real turbulence in the short term. Here is an example why not to use Stash. Say you have a hundred thousand dollars invested for n Stash and all of the sudden you see that there is going to be a huge stock market crash. Any sane person would try not to lose all there money right? Well if you panick and try to sell all your stock and not lose everything you own, Stash will wait for about 8 hours before they execute your trade so you will probably lose everything! So the developer responded and confirmed exactly what I said. They only trade 4 times a day which leaves just enough time to lose all your money if a crash happens. There is no focus on the individuals money, they will let you lose all of it. As happened to me. Can you imagine a company being like that, oh my god everything on the market is going down by 80 percent, but we won’t sell the customers stocks for 4 more hours because we aren’t scheduled for a trade yet, it’s like we know the customer put in a trade order but we will wait 4 more hours to execute the trade, it may only be his life savings, but who cares, it’s not 4 hours yet! Idiots.
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5 years ago, ThatOneguyWhoWillTryAnyNewApp
Like a Savings Account but better
For someone who doesn't have a full stock portfolio and thousands of dollars to just gamble this investment app is absolutely amazing its like a savings account with a much higher interest rate , let it be known Dividends are amazing, Thankyou Stash for giving me the ability to invest in the stock market and similar things like it within the budget I can afford. I love that Stash is branching out into banking as well I probably wont do that right away but I may jump in on it later. Edit: Stash is definitely better than doing nothing with your money, but the monthly fee’s can get at you when you have smaller amounts of money, I love the diverse range of investments you can do, but I would like to see lower monthly fee’s , more direct stocks, and finally I would love to see Stash branch into the Crypto scene as they start to settle in a become more normalized. Not immediately, but to give it a chance. Honestly I love stash, but I’d like a different way of them making money, kinda like Robinhood. I love all the features Stash has like Rounding up, the Retirement plans, retirement plans for your children, the Debit card, ect. But these are the improvements I’d like to see.
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3 years ago, Stylez79
Took the monthly subscription out but nothing else...
I set up my Stash account about 9-10 months ago & selected a few businesses to invest in every two weeks totaling $20 every two weeks but they never took anything out of my account for the investments only their subscription fee every month which is ridiculous?! Every few weeks I would check to make sure it was set up correctly & the companies I selected to invest in were there & showed biweekly on Friday’s? However nothing EVER came out for those NOT ONCE!? I eventually forgot about this app until I checked my bank account Stash was tied to & saw that their still taking the monthly subscription out every month but nothing for my investments??? I finally went into the app & FAQS to locate how to cancel subscription which you have to do online only? Cannot cancel through the app itself which is also ridiculous & if you still have the app installed & using your phone when logging into the website it automatically redirects you to the mobile app so I had to uninstall the app then go back to the website & search for the cancellation. FAQS is also useless as it tells you to go to “Manage Account” & there was no “Manage Account”? I found it but not where FAQS said 🙄😤😤 I personally do not recommend this app at all!!
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6 years ago, Emily015Z
Overall good app, but it could be great with a couple added features
Overall, Stash is a good app, but it could be great with a few added features. The Stash app should offer the option to automatically reinvest dividends in the core account, not just the retire account. Also, it would be extremely convenient and helpful if it were possible to auto-stash $5 a week in one stock, but auto-stash only $5 a month on a separate stock or ETF. Because as of right now it seems one can only auto-stash as long as everything is on the same frequency of investing (I.e. once a month). It would be nice if one could invest in a certain stock once a week, and then invest in a different stock only once a month automatically. Lastly, it would be nice if one could invest in a certain set of stocks or ETFs one week with Autostash and then invest in a separate set of stocks or ETFs the next week with Autostash without having to manually switch out the stocks and/or ETFs you're investing in that week. For example, I'd like to invest only in stocks A, B, C, D, E, and F this Friday, and then invest only in stocks G, H, I, and J next Friday). Anyway, these are just a few features that I think could make the app really great.
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2 years ago, All the gabies
Slow but good
It’s a slow build for sure, but once I figured out how to do it, it’s been great. Everyone I refer it to get annoyed and close their accounts because they want instant results. It’s not like that it’s a build over time. But the market itself is a factor. It allows you to build stocks, and have accounts for your kids so that you could have something to give them down the line. As well as a retirement section. You can withdraw your funds at anytime. And that part is easy as well. There are stocks, bonds, efts and more. The more diversity the better. You can choose your risk level too. 5$ min invest. The option to have reoccurring payments is an option but I find it best to invest on my own rather then shoving money into it. The point is to let it age like fine wine. Stash tip(for those who are new): if you buy a $ more than market value, you will notice a quicker build then if you invest 5$ at start. Then when you made a profit, sell that for only the profit gained, so that you still have something to build from.
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10 months ago, Davao boy
Reasonable support
I have no issues that needs attention as of date except that if only i may suggest that they come up with a live support team that can maybe look into our portfolio and suggest whether a divesification is needed or there is a need to do some restructuring for too many stocks, sort of a financial adviser, in order for us to be well guided in stock trading or investing. Most of us here are beginners and learning without the right guidance is not reallly learning, you know what i mean …. Its like we keep investing without knowing its stability. In addition to this, since i also have a cash app, and also invested therein and i have noticed a feature they have which shows information on the stock with the corresponding percentage of the amount you gained or lost, thereby it is informing me whether or not i should go on with the stock or let go of it, this is very efficient feature since your time maintaining the stock wont be put into waste since you have the option to predict based on the current earnings or loss you have. Should Stash include this it will be very efficient to within the app.
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4 years ago, PoolFool6996
Will not give me my money or tell me why.
I began using Stash a few months ago. I liked everything about it and even told friends they should try it out. Well the corona virus hit and I found myself needing money. I didn’t have a lot in it so, between my cash account, personal, and retirement investments I withdrew and sold. Well I received everything in a timely fashion except for my retirement remainder. It’s still there for me to invest but I needed the check deposited to my outside bank account but they still haven’t done it. I have sent numerous emails, some not extremely nice and more even apologizing for my behavior even though I shouldn’t feel sorry for it. It wasn’t that bad and it was and still is justified. They responded to each but will not tell me why they haven’t sent it yet. That began on May 6th and it’s now the 24th. Both of the other accounts took the 2-3 business it said they would and I had no problem with that nor would I have had a problem with the other taking that amount of time. I don’t understand what the hold up is and if they would give me an explanation I would not be here writing a bad review. As it stands here I am. I don’t recommend this site and it’s sad because not too long ago I would’ve given it 5 stars. If this matter gets addressed I will amend this review. But right now, I can’t do it.
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6 years ago, sndjdjbddb
If I could give it a 0 I would.
There is no such thing as customer service on this app, they don’t provide ANY type of contact information if you are having a problem, which I had MANY problems with this app and account. First of all, if you want to withdrawal your own money out of your own account they won’t give it to you until about 30 days after you request a withdraw. Second, I have tried to get ahold of some type of customer support for this app and there is literally NOTHING! I send e-mail after e-mail requesting help from them and they have never replied to me and I’ve sent about 100 e-mails so far asking for help (no exaggeration). Third, yes you can make decent money off of this app as long as you put in about $1,000 into your investments, just an FYI. Fourth, if your in the investing for the long-run, then this might be a fine app for you personally, but if you are trying to get cash fast to pay the bills, this app will not work for you. Just wanted to give everyone a heads up about this app. It could definitely improve. I have requested to withdrawal my money that is in my stash account that ALL of my investments have been SOLD for about a long time now, and I still have not received MY OWN MONEY from them, NOR will they even let me withdraw MY CASH from MY OWN ACCOUNT on the app! That’s all, rant over. Good luck!!!
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