Updated & Verified: August 13, 2021
According to the Chase Bank website, they serve nearly half of all American households with their banking services. (1)
Considering the explosive popularity of Cash App in recent years, it’s only logical to want to use your Chase Bank account with Cash App.
Table of Contents
- Can I Use Cash App With My Chase Bank Account?
- How to Link Chase Bank to Cash App (Step-By-Step)
- 3) Scroll Down and Click on “Link Bank”
- 4) Link Cash App Directly to Your Chase Bank Account
- How Do I Transfer Money From Cash App to My Chase Bank Account?
- What If I Have Problems Using Cash App With My Chase Bank Account?
- What Are the Fees for Using Cash App With My Chase Bank Account?
- Wrapping Up
Can I Use Cash App With My Chase Bank Account?
As a general rule of thumb, you can use your Chase Bank account with Cash App for securely sending or receiving money to family or friends or even for investing in stocks or bitcoin. Setup is simple, but it’s important for you to do it correctly to avoid any potential issues or loss of money in the future.
At one point, Chase Bank was blocking linking to Cash App as a result of rampant fraud issues but have since allowed Chase Bank customers to once again use Cash App.
How to Link Chase Bank to Cash App (Step-By-Step)
If you are wanting to use Cash App with your Chase Bank account to send money and more, this is how you can easily do it.
1) Install and Open Cash App
2) Click on the Bank Icon in the Bottom Left Corner
Once you have Cash App open on your device, click on the bank icon in the bottom left corner of the screen as shown in the screenshot below.
3) Scroll Down and Click on “Link Bank”
You may have to scroll down to near the bottom of the screen within Cash App and you should see a “Link Bank” button. Click on it to start linking Cash App to your Chase Bank account.
4) Link Cash App Directly to Your Chase Bank Account
It is strongly recommended that you don’t use your Chase Bank debit card with Cash App. This is because occasionally your debit card will expire or you may misplace it and need to get a new debit card causing you to need to redo this setup process for Cash App to work with your Chase Bank account.
Instead, it is recommended that you simply link directly to your Chase Bank account.
You can easily do this by clicking on “No Card?” near the bottom of the screen. Read the following screen and then click “Continue”. Next, choose Chase (for me it’s located near the top as shown in the image below).
How Do I Transfer Money From Cash App to My Chase Bank Account?
To transfer money from Cash App to your Chase Bank Account:
- Click on the bank icon in the bottom left corner.
- Press the “Cash Out” button.
- Choose how much you want to transfer.
- Select a deposit speed.
- Confirm with your PIN or Touch ID.
Recommended Reading: As a Chase Bank member, have you ever wondered what time direct deposits actually hit your account or if you can’t get them early? Check out our 11 Chase Bank Deposit Questions for answers to these and more deposit related questions
What If I Have Problems Using Cash App With My Chase Bank Account?
If you have any issues using Cash App with your Chase Bank account, the first thing you should do is contact Chase Bank to try to troubleshoot the issue. To do this, we recommend calling their customer support phone number at 1-800-935-9935.
What Are the Fees for Using Cash App With My Chase Bank Account?
If you are using Cash App with your Chase Bank account, typically you won’t have to pay any fees to send money to someone else unless you are trying to use a credit card to do so.
However, if you request an instant transfer of funds from your Cash App account to your debit card, you will be charged a 1.5% fee. To avoid this, simply request to transfer money to your bank account instead as doing so is free.
Chase Bank and Cash App are two of the most popular financial services available today. In the recent past, Chase would block its users from linking their accounts with Cash App, but now you can easily use Cash App with your Chase Bank account to transfer money to family and friends or to invest in stocks or bitcoin.
1. Chase – https://www.chase.com/digital/resources/about-chase
2. Chase – https://www.chase.com/digital/customer-service