Is American Express Bluebird a checking account?

Is American Express Bluebird a checking account?

Is American Express Bluebird a checking account?

The Bluebird card, offered by American Express, is an FDIC-insured prepaid debit card with virtually no fees. It functions almost like a checking account, making it a useful substitute for consumers who don’t have a bank account.

How do I check my pending deposit on Bluebird?

The pending balance can be found by clicking on “Add Funds” and then “Deposit Details,” which will take you to your pending deposits.

How do I get ahold of Bluebird customer service?

Bluebird® American Express® Prepaid Debit Account Member Agreement. For Customer Service, please visit or call Bluebird Customer Service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-877-486-5990 (International: 1-801-449-4016).

What bank is bluebird with?

MetaBank®, N.A.
The Bluebird Bank Account is a demand deposit account established by MetaBank®, N.A., Member FDIC. When we receive the money that you deposit to your Bluebird Bank Account, the funds are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”), subject to applicable limitations and restrictions of such insurance.

What time does Bluebird Direct Deposit hit?

Bluebird deposits typically post by 8 p.m. Eastern Time on the day they are received.

How long does money stay on hold Bluebird?

Held funds are released on your Bluebird card when the transaction has fully completed, or after the hold time expires. Typically this happens no later than 7 days for most merchant transactions, and 30 days for transactions with rental car agencies.

What bank does Bluebird American Express use?

American Express National Bank
When you add money to your Bluebird account, the money is placed into a custodial account and one or more banks insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Currently, Bluebird uses American Express National Bank.

How do I get cash off my bluebird card?

You can withdraw money from your Bluebird card at the ATM. You can withdraw cash at any ATM in the United States that accepts American Express cards. However, transactions at non-MoneyPass ATMs have a $2.5 American Express fee. You may also be charged ATM operator fees.