General

Our community members are responsible for ensuring that they have sufficient funds in their checking account to add to their Earnin Tip Yourself Tip Jars.  Unfortunately, Earnin is not responsible for any overdrafts to your checking account cause...
You can cancel a future dated tip jar fund transfer by following the steps below: Select the AutoSave button at the top of your Tip Jar. From the AutoSave detail page, select SKIP THIS TRANSFER. You will be asked to confirm that you wish to canc...
When using Tip Yourself, a tip is an amount of money members choose to save by transferring funds from their checking account to their Tip Jar(s). Tip Yourself is a 0% Annual Percentage Yield and $0 monthly fee service. Your Tip Yourself Account ...
Before closing your Earnin account, you will receive a message in the app that will prompt you to withdraw all your funds from your Tip Jar(s) first. Click here to see the expected time arrival of your funds from your Tip Jar(s) to your checking ...
There are no fees to use the Tip Yourself service. However, you are responsible for overdrafts, insufficient funds, or any fees charged by the financial institution of your funding account.   Tip Yourself is a 0% Annual Percentage Yield and $0 mo...
If you do not use the service for a certain period of time, applicable law may require us to report the funds in your Tip Yourself Account as unclaimed property. If this occurs, we may try to locate you at the address shown in our records. If we ...
Tip Yourself is a new feature that lets you save money in your Tip Jar(s). You can add to your Tip Jar(s) to reward yourself and as a savings technique for hitting the gym, skipping an impulse buy, finishing your to-do list, or just save for a ra...