Opening an Account

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Funding your Account

Making Withdrawals

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Account Management

Portfolio Transfers

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Placing Orders

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Portfolio Transfers to Stake

Summary of deposit methods

There are many ways to fund your Stake account. Click the links below for more details.

The minimum funding amount to Wall St is A$50. This includes AUD to USD transfers between Stake accounts. 

Getting free stock

To claim a starter stock, simply make a first deposit of at least $50 into your Stake Wall St account within 24 hours of opening it. You’ll then be able to claim a Nike, Dropbox or GoPro stock on us – yours will be selected at random. For the 24-hour deadline, what counts is the moment you make the transfer, not when the funds arrive. 

You can learn more about this offer here. This reward is subject to Stake Wall St Rewards Terms and Conditions.

Transfer fees

You can check out our pricing page and pricing PDF for a detailed breakdown of our fees.

Things to note

  • Stake does not support third-party deposits. This is in accordance with our Terms & Conditions and Anti-Money Laundering obligations, please ensure that the name on the remitting account precisely matches the name on your Stake account. 
  • Stake does not support BPAY, international wires, in-person branch transfers (i.e. Cash Deposits) or cheque payment methods.

  • Your bank may hold payments to new payees for up to 24 hours for security purposes (please check with your bank for more info).

  • You may be asked to provide additional documentation, information or payment receipts to support a transaction made on Stake. This is to ensure the security of your funds and prevent any fraud attempts on your account.

Stake may implement restrictions on deposits and withdrawals if suspicious activity is detected. If you have further questions regarding this policy, you can get in touch with our support team here.

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