How do I make direct deposits?
The easiest way to deposit funds to your Spending Account is by direct deposit from your employer.
To make direct deposits through your employer or payroll provider, provide them with your Chime routing number and Spending Account number. Chime takes care of the rest.
Your funds will automatically post to your Chime Spending Account as soon as we receive them.
To get started, you can find your bank routing number and Spending Account number in the Chime app sections, Move Money and Settings, or by logging in to your account online.
How do I make bank transfers to my Chime Spending Account?
External banks allow transfers to Chime from their websites and apps.
To get started:
- Log in to your old bank's website or app.
- Look for the Transfer menu option.
- In the transfer screen, you can add your Chime routing and account number, found in the Chime app on the Settings page.
EXTERNAL BANK TRANSFERS ARE THE FASTEST WAY TO MOVE MONEY FROM ANOTHER BANK INTO CHIME
How do I make a bank transfers that Chime initiates?
You can link an external bank account you own to your Chime Spending Account using the Chime app through the Move Money section, or by logging in to your account online.
In the Chime app:
- Under Move Money, select Transfers.
- When you are prompted, enter your other bank’s login credentials.
Your external bank account will be instantly linked to your Chime Spending Account.
The list of supported banks includes Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, Citi, PNC, Regions Bank, TD Bank, U.S. Bank, USAA, Wells Fargo, and many others. When you're ready to link an external bank account in the app, you'll be able to search for your bank to see if it's supported.
Once the external account is linked, you can make transfers from the external account to your Spending Account of up to $200.00 per day and $1,000.00 per month. Transferred funds will be available within five (5) business days.
How can I deposit cash to my Chime Spending Account?
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You can deposit cash in your Chime Spending Account at over 90,000 retail locations (like Walmart, Walgreens, and 7-Eleven) with our cash deposit partners. To find a cash deposit partner near you, go to the app, tap Move Money, select Deposit cash, and tap See locations near me.
At the retail location, ask the cashier to make a deposit to your Chime Spending Account. You can make up to 3 deposits every 24 hours. You can add up to $1,000.00 every 24 hours for a maximum of $10,000.00 every month.
Third-party money transfer services that are used to add funds to your Chime Spending Account may impose their own fees or limits such as:
- Fees per transaction
- Daily, weekly, or monthly limits on the frequency or the amount of cash you may add to the Chime Spending Account
Can I make wire transfers to my Chime Spending Account?
Chime does not currently allow wire transfers. We will be adding this feature in the future.
How do I enroll in Mobile Check Deposit?
Chime offers Mobile Check Deposit for members who are enrolled in direct deposit with their Chime Spending Accounts.
We’ll determine if you are eligible for the Mobile Check Deposit feature based factors related to your Chime account history and account activity. If you have any questions, please contact us through the Chime app by clicking on the Support tab (you’ll find this in the top right corner of the app).
Your access to Mobile Check Deposit is determined by Chime in its sole discretion based on the history of any Chime-branded accounts you have, direct deposit history, and direct deposit amounts and other risk-based factors.
When you deposit cash to your Chime Spending Account, it is transferred by a third party to your account. Your funds will be FDIC insured once the bank holding your account receives the funds from the third party.