Your Found account comes with its own bank account and routing number. You can use these to transfer funds into your account, as well as to make payments. You might see this type of payment referred to as “ACH,” a “bank transfer,” or “direct deposit.”
Where you can use your account and routing number:
Transfers between Found and your personal bank account: Your bank may allow you to make transfers directly to or from your Found account. They’ll need to know your Found account and routing numbers to do so. If they ask for your Found account type, choose “checking.”
Receiving direct deposit payments: If you get via direct deposit—or if you use a payment service like Venmo, Square, or PayPal—you can use your Found account and routing numbers to make deposits to your Found account.
Making payments: If you pay bills or invoices for your business, you may have the option to pay via bank transfer. You can use your Found account and routing numbers to pay these directly from your Found account.
You can access your Found account and routing numbers from the Primary pocket and Business Banking pages.
*Found is a financial technology company, not a bank. Banking services are provided by Piermont Bank, Member FDIC. The funds in your account are FDIC-insured up to $250,000 per depositor for each account ownership category.
The Found Mastercard debit card is issued by Piermont Bank pursuant to a license from Mastercard Inc.
The information on this website is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on, for tax advice.
Direct deposit funds may be available for use for up to two days before the scheduled payment date. Early availability is not guaranteed.