Tip Jar Funds and Withdrawals

You may cancel a Tip Jar(s) deposit transfer that has not started processing by following the steps below: Tap on Tip Yourself on the Earnin app home screen Go to My Activity tab Tap the CANCEL button on the specific deposit transfer Tip Yourse...
The chart below explains the expected arrival of withdrawals from your Tip Jar(s) to your checking account based on the day of the week and the time in which you created the withdrawal. Here’s how you can check the transaction status: Open the ...
Answer Tip Yourself does not currently pay interest or provide any other forms of income. We cannot provide any tax advice about your Tip Jar, so please consult with your tax professional. Tip Yourself is a 0% Annual Percentage Yield and $0 month...
Answer We review account and transaction activity at various times, including when you initiate a transfer of funds into and out of your Tip Jar. We may use proprietary fraud and risk modeling when completing this review and assessing the risk as...
You can initiate a withdrawal from your Tip Jar(s) at any time, for any reason. You can withdraw $1-$2000 from your Tip Jar(s). Click here to see the expected time arrival of your funds from your Tip Jar(s) to your checking account.   Tip Yours...
Tip Yourself uses Automated Clearing House (ACH) transfers to move money between your checking account and your Tip Jar. This includes both new deposit transfers into your Tip Jar and withdrawals out of your Tip Jar back to your checking account....
Tip Yourself is not an interest-bearing account. Think of your Tip Jar as a rainy day fund or something to fall back during an emergency.  Tip Yourself is a 0% Annual Percentage Yield and $0 monthly fee service. Your Tip Yourself Account and any ...
There are a couple of reasons why you may be getting an error when attempting to create a withdrawal: Your funds may not have cleared the ACH transfer process from your checking account to your Tip Jar. You can check the status of your Tip Jar(s...
Answer This service is provided to you through a custodial account deposit agreement between you and Evolve Bank & Trust, an Arkansas chartered depository institution. Evolve Bank & Trust is a member of the FDIC. All funds associated with your de...