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Learn about the plethora of options for funding your new account.
How to find and use them.
Does Simple offer checkbooks?
When will my new card show up?
What does Safe-to-Spend mean?
Getting cash in and out of your Simple account.
Know someone who might love simple?
Who “Owns” a Shared Account?
Can I open a savings or business account with Simple?
Putting widgets to work.
Getting that data on paper.
Accessing your account.
Yep, the funds in your account earn nominal interest.
We might not be able to make them painless, but we can make them convenient.
Are there any limits on purchases or payments?
Finding and using your account and routing numbers.
Are the funds in my account insured?
Checking or Savings?
Can I open a Shared account with Simple?
Can my account become overdrawn? If so, what happens?
What is it and how do I use it?
Funding your account on autopilot.
When will my check or money order funds be available?
All the information you need to receive a wire with Simple.
How do I deposit a check by mail?
How do I deposit cash? Can I make deposits at ATMs?
There are a few standard requirements for check or money order deposits. Here's the scoop.
What should I do if I think my card has been lost or stolen?
What can happen when a merchant I visit experiences a data breach?
How do I get a new card if my old one gets lost or worn out?
What is the difference between a Debit and a Credit card?
What's the scoop on chip or EMV cards?
Limits, timelines, useful things to keep in mind—everything you need to know.
Instantly transfer money to friends and family who use Simple.
How do I edit or cancel a payment?
How can I use Simple to pay bills or mail a check?
Using another payment service with your Simple account.
Upcoming payments and transfers.
Payments are factored into your Safe-to-Spend. Here's how.
Transferring to and from accounts at other banks.
Using Apple Pay with Simple.
How are transactions labeled and mapped?
Here's what to expect if you pay bills via auto-debit.
Canceling a single payment, or stopping a merchant from withdrawing funds from your account.
Changing the merchant name or category, plus adding memos or hashtags.
Some charges may be slightly higher or lower than the amount paid while pending. Here's why.
What does it mean when a transaction is marked as pending?
How is fraudulent activity covered with Simple?