My employer issued me paper checks while I transitioned my direct deposit to my Earnin Express Virtual Account. How will this affect my account?

Some employers will issue their employees paper checks during the transition period when their direct deposit is being rerouted to their Earnin Express virtual account. If you anticipate that your employer will be issuing you paper checks while you transition your direct deposit to your Earnin Express virtual account, please reach out to support so we can reschedule your debit for you. 

Please also verify the Earnin Express account and routing numbers that you provided to your employer. You may find this information under Settings in the app beginning on September 28th. If you have lost or forgotten your Earnin account or routing number before September 28th, kindly wait until the update is available in the app to access this information.  Additionally, you may want to confirm with your employer that there are no issues with your next paycheck and that it will be deposited into your Earnin Express virtual account. Otherwise, this can potentially result in an overdraft to your account.

If you have already been issued a paper check from your employer and did not let Earnin know prior to Earnin debiting your bank account, you may incur an overdraft as a result. If you receive an overdraft fee as a result of Earnin debiting your bank account or a pay period Max decrease, please reach out to our community advocates via our live 24/7 support so we can adjust your account for you and apply the appropriate credit.

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