Deleting your External Account

Deleting your External Account


Deleting an External Account

  1. After signing in on the web, hover the mouse over your name (it's in the upper right corner) and select Manage External Accounts.
  2. Click the account you want to delete.
  3. Click Edit, and Delete External Account.

Note: External accounts can't be deleted until 60 business days after the most recent transfer.

Deleting an External Account

  1. Swipe right to pull up the navigation menu.
  2. From there, tap Move Money, and then choose Transfer to or from a bank.
  3. Tap the From field.
  4. Tap Manage external accounts.
  5. Tap the account you want to delete.
  6. Tap Edit, and Delete External Account.

Note: External accounts can't be deleted until 60 business days after the most recent transfer.

Deleting an External Account

  1. Select Move Money, and then choose Transfer to or from a bank.
  2. Click the From field.
  3. Click Manage external accounts.
  4. Click the account you want to delete.
  5. Click Edit, and Delete External Account.

Note: External accounts can't be deleted until 60 business days after the most recent transfer.

External Accounts & Shared

If you have a Shared account, you can link external accounts and transfer funds — just like with your individual account. However, your partner won't be able to see or schedule transfers with any external accounts you've linked.

Still haven't found a solution that works for you? Check out our article on Third Party Payment Services.

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