Linking Cash app to Chime is easy. All you have to do is go to the Bank options on the Cash app home screen, click on Link Bank, and add your Chime debit card/account details.
I use my Chime debit card all the time, and I recently made a Cash app account. So, I decided to link my Chime card to it.
I looked at how you can link Cash app to Chime, along with some additional information, like how long it takes to transfer money from Chime to Cash app account.
As mentioned, it's easy to link Cash app to Chime. You'll be able to transfer money between the two whenever you want this way:
There are 2 different ways to transfer money from Chime to other apps. One of them includes instant transfers. You can use this option to send cash from Chime to Cash app - your transfer will go through in seconds. You'll have to pay a 1.5% fee, though.
The second route that you can take is a standard transfer. It will take around 1-3 business days for your money to go through. However, you won't have to pay any fees.
No, you don't have to have to pay any fees when you transfer funds between Chime and Cash app. You will only have to pay a 1.5% fee when transferring money instantly.
Before you transfer money between your two accounts, make sure that you link your Cash app account to Chime.
With that out of the way, here's what you do:
Once again, before you start, make sure that you have linked Cash app to Chime.
Here's what you do:
You may get an error saying that your Chime debit card isn't supported. This section takes a look at how to solve this.
Usually, the error pops up when you've included the wrong card details. Double-check your Chime card details before you enter them.
At the same time, your Chime debit card may have expired. You'll have to contact Chime support to ask for a replacement. You can either do this through the Chime app directly or through their telephone line.
Of course, the issue could be due to your Chime cash card being blocked. You won't be able to withdraw cash if this is the case. The Chime app team may suspect you of fraud for some reason. Reach out to them and sort things out.
The issue can also pop up due to a glitch or bug. If it's a bug, you can try updating Cash app. Regardless of whether you own an iPhone or Android mobile device, just head to your respective app store and click on the Update button next to the Cash application.
In case it's a glitch, try restarting your device. You can take things up a notch and do a force reboot too. It's pretty easy on most Androids. All you have to do is hold down the Power button for a few seconds.
However, on iPhones, the process differs quite a bit. Check out this guide from Apple for more information.
Of course, the error can be server-related. Cash app's servers may be down, so you can visit the Cash app system status page to find out. In case they are, you will probably see others complain about the issue online, like on Twitter. Contact Cash app support and ask them when it will be solved.
At the same time, Chime's servers may be down. Visit their system status page to find out.
It's pretty easy to link your Chime account or card with Cash app. You simply have to open the Cash app application, go to the Banking tab, click on Link Bank, and add your Chime account/card details.
I also looked at how to transfer funds between Chime card/account to Cash app debit card/account and what to do if you can't transfer money between them.