Posted by William Charles on November 21, 2019
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Published on November 21st, 2019 | by William Charles

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Stash Invest: $5 Bonus & Earn $20 In Swagbucks ($25 Total)

The Offer

Direct link to offer

  • Deposit just $5 into your new investment account and Stash will match your $5. Plus, earn 2,000 SB!

The Fine Print

  • Please allow 14 days for SB to appear in your account.
  • Must leave your $5 deposit in your Stash account for at least 30 days to earn SB.
  • Must enter valid sign-up information, including credit card information to earn SB. Offer may only be redeemed once (1) per user.

Our Verdict

Stash is an investment app, it looks like they bundle investments (e.g they have 30 different options with names like ‘American Innovators’). The fees are as follows:

  • $1 per month on accounts under $5,000
  • 0.25% fee per year on accounts over $5,000

First month is free. Previous best bonus was a $18 money maker, so this is slightly better than that.



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JGJG
JGJG

Does Stash send 1099s?

Burton

I imagine they would be required to provide 1099-Bs if you bought and sold stock. SB are not reportable. The $5 is taxable income but probably beneath the reporting threshold.

Mark V
Mark V

I also have a 3500 point offer on mypoints.com. –worth about 10% more in visa/paypal payout but could be higher depending on how you value some of the gift card options.

Neil Degrasse
Neil Degrasse

I was a past Stash user and recently closed my account. I wonder if I could open a new one for this bonus? Anyone try?

scarebags
scarebags

When can you withdraw your money from stash?

Staradmiral
Staradmiral

Easy to close account?

Onsale
Onsale

Stash is making unreasonable demands to verify identity.

J
J

Yep. I was asked to provide driver’s license but was unable to upload in the app as instructed. Waiting to hear back from their support team on how to proceed.

Jon
Jon

Very questionable whether these small money makers are worth giving away your personal information in the first place.

I think people are undervaluing the pain in the butt some of these data leaks we are seeing every single week can become.

We have become immune to handing over vital information like its only worth $20 bucks (or even less) to us. I think we need to check our math a bit on that.

Snorlax
Snorlax

Math checks out – your personal information is already out there for anyone who wants it, might as well make some free money.

BlissfulApathy
BlissfulApathy

True, but you’re also increasing your attack surface by having more accounts open. Which in turn increases the number of attack vectors you’re susceptible to.

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