You can transfer funds from any bank in the world to your Glance account.
You can link any US bank to Glance by using your debit card.
You can ACH funds from any US bank to Glance by using your ACH information here.
You can wire funds from any bank in the world to your Glance account using your Wire information here.
How To Transfer Money
If you want to transfer money (send or receive), you’ll want to log into bank A’s account, then choose the option to “add an account,” “link account,” or “add external account.” You can often find these options, or something similar, in your bank’s “customer service” or “transfers” menu.
Bank A will likely ask for the routing number (a nine-digit number) and account number (eight to 12 digits) for bank B. You can find these numbers on a check, typically along the bottom (the routing number comes first, followed by the account number, then the check number). If you don’t have checks, you can also locate the bank’s routing number on their website and find your bank account number on your monthly statement.
To prove that account B belongs to you, bank A may ask you to input the username and password you use for bank B. Another way bank A may verify the account is to make a small deposit (maybe a few cents) and ask you to confirm the amounts, a process that might take a day or two to complete.
Once the account is confirmed, you can choose an amount you want to transfer from bank A to bank B and the date you want it to occur. You can also choose to make it a one-time transfer or a recurring transfer (such as once a month). You can then select the option to submit your request.
Glance Capital customers can easily find ATMs through the mobile app and our online platform. By having a Glance Capital Mastercard, our customers can receive certain benefits and rewards which are unique to our exclusive network.
For more information and details on ATMs and how it relates to your Glance Capital account please send us an email at … and we will be sure to have a member of our team promptly respond to you.
These steps will work whether you are transferring funds to a brick-and-mortar bank or to an online-only financial institution.