Give yourself
a jump on payday

Instead of waiting until your next payday to deposit your paycheck, get your pay up to 2 days before payday with ASAP Direct Deposit ™. Receiving government benefits? They can arrive up to 4 days before benefits day.1

  • ASAP Direct Deposit™

    Forget Friday and make payday Wednesday with payroll direct deposit1.

  • Free direct deposit

    Automatically deposit your paycheck for free—yes FREE. 

  • On your schedule

    Payday is the best day. And it’s even better when it comes early. 1 Plus, you can be notified when it hits your account.
    Carrier message and data rates apply.

  • Getting started

    Let’s not complicate things. We make it easy to get the forms to your provider and get your money directly deposited.

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  • Direct Deposit

    Social Security and Government Benefits

    See your pay up to 4 days earlier than your current benefits payday.1  For government benefits, enroll by calling (800) 333-1795. Just make sure the name on file with your employer or benefits provider matches the name on your card account.

     

    Money Fast

    Want to know when your paycheck is deposited? 

    We can text you a notice on payday. Carrier message and data rates apply.

     

    How to set up direct deposit

    Log in to your account
    on the website or mobile app to get your bank account and routing numbers. Don’t have an account? Open an account and register your card.
    Use your account numbers

    and give them to your employer or benefits provider.  For government benefits, enroll by calling (800) 333-1795.  You can choose how much of each check to deposit every pay period.  Just make sure the name on file with your employer or benefits provider matches the name on your card account.

    Sign up for deposit alerts

    so you’ll know when your deposit hits your account. It usually takes 1-2 pay periods for your first deposit to hit.  Carrier message and data rates apply.

    1.       Timing depends on deposit verification and when we get notice from your employer or benefits provider, and may vary from pay period to pay period. But when we get it, you’ll get it.