If you want to know how to find your Robinhood account and routing numbers, this article can help. It contains a lot of important information about your Robinhood account.
To link your Robinhood account with your other accounts, you will need your ACH routing number and account number. Your brokerage account number is the same as your ACH routing number, and the routing number is what identifies the financial institution. Both your routing numbers and ACH account numbers can be found in your mobile app. Under the "Cash" tab, tap the "Transfer" button. Since Sutton Bank is the provider of your routing number, all your brokerage account transfers will appear in your transaction's history as exchanges to and from the Sutton Bank.
Note: Your ACH account and routing numbers are not supported through wire transfers.
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There are two ways to set up direct deposit:
After setting up direct deposit, your next payroll cycle will be deposited into your account. Robinhood partners with a bank to process direct deposits. The funds for direct deposit are received by the partner bank. Once the partner bank confirms it has received your direct deposit, Robinhood will credit your account. This can be expected to take place when your direct deposit is received around 10 AM ET.
If you happen to change your mind, you can cancel your direct deposit by submitting a form to your payroll or HR team requesting the change be made, or by visiting your employer's website.
If you get paid by paper check, you'll need to ask your employer about switching to direct deposit payments. Submit your pre-filled form for your direct deposit to be set up. This could take around 2 to 4 weeks, or one to two pay cycles.
Robinhood has 75,000+ in-network ATMs, including MoneyPass and the Allpoint networks found all across the U.S., U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and 15,000+ international locations.
You can simply search for the nearest location using the mobile app or stop by your local Target, 7-11, Costco, or Walgreens. Once you have "Cash Management" access, use the "Find ATMs" section of the mobile app to locate the nearest ATM where you will not be charged any fees.
To locate an in-network ATM now, take the following steps:
Step 1: Open the mobile app and tap the "Cash" tab.
Step 2: Scroll down the page and tap "See Nearby ATMs."
Note: To use this ATM Finder, you must first enable location permissions.
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