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How do I link my Found account to Stripe?

How do I link my Found account to Stripe?

If you already use Stripe to process debit and credit card transactions for your business, you can link your Found account to receive automatic transfers from Stripe.

Here’s how to link Found to Stripe:

  • Sign in to your Stripe dashboard and select Settings.

  • Under Business settings, select Business and then External payout accounts and scheduling in the top menu.

  • Select Edit next to your existing bank, or add a new one.

  • Enter your Found account and routing numbers. You can find your Found account and routing numbers in your Found ap’s settings.

  • Save your information to use your Found account for payouts going forward. 

Once you’ve linked your Found bank account in Stripe, you will receive transfers from Stripe based on your payout schedule settings.

Learn more about creating a Stripe account so that you can accept card payments within Invoices in the Found app.

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