How to Get a Varo Money Bank Account

Adam Rust

I am going to review the steps that you must take to sign up for a Varo Bank Account.

If you are here, you probably understand the benefits of a Varo checking account. It is essentially a fee-free account: no monthly maintenance fee, no overdraft fees, no transaction fees. Plus, you get access to a fee-free ATM network.

You can use Venmo, Cash App, and Paypal Instant Payments with Varo.

You can add funds by direct deposit, via one of those aforementioned money transfer apps, by taking a photo of a check with your smartphone, or with a cash load.

You can even use their app to sign up for early direct deposit of your paycheck.

Go Here to Get a Varo Bank Account
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Adam Rust has worked to defend consumers against harmful financial practices since 2005. He has written extensively about overdraft fees, payday lending, credit insurance, student loans, prepaid debit cards, high-cost installment loans, and subprime mortgage lending. He serves on the Board of the US Faster Payments Council. He is Director of Research at Reinvestment Partners in Durham, North Carolina. He is the author of BankTalk. He is the author of "This is My Home: Challenges and Opportunities of Manufactured Housing" and has testified to Congress on how to redress some of the problems with manufactured housing. See more on his LinkedIn profile.