Ryan Scribner is an angel investor in Yotta.
If you're looking to start using the Yotta app to save money and potentially win big prizes, one of the first steps you'll need to take is linking your bank account.
Luckily, linking your bank account with Yotta is a quick and easy process.
The first option to connect your bank account with Yotta is through Plaid.
Plaid is a secure platform that allows you to instantly connect your bank account with Yotta.
To connect your bank account with Plaid, simply follow the steps outlined in the app and provide the necessary login information for your bank account.
Once your account is connected, you'll be able to start saving money and potentially winning prizes with Yotta right away.
If your bank isn't listed on Plaid, don't worry. Yotta also offers a manual connection option.
This option requires you to enter in your account and routing number to link your bank account.
Then, Yotta requires you to complete micro deposit identify verification.
Micro deposits are small test deposits that are made into your bank account to verify the account. To complete this process, you'll need to submit the test deposits into the Yotta app. This process typically takes 1 to 2 business days to go through.
It's important to note that if you try to submit 5 failed attempts, the connection will lock. So be sure to carefully follow the instructions provided in the app.
Be sure to read our full Yotta review here for more info!
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