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Can I receive Instant Payments from third party Apps?
Can I receive Instant Payments from third party Apps?

Wondering about getting your funds from your other accounts as fast as possible? Check out this article for more info!

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Written by Kat
Updated over a week ago

Any Institution on the Real-Time Payment Network* can send an instant transfer to your North One Account at any time. Below you can find a list of companies from our Integrations that offer instant transfers. Many of these platforms also appear on our Revenue Insights, making it easy for you to connect and monitor your income all from with your North One Account.

NOTE: To ensure that transfers are sent instantly, be sure you’re linking your account through your Account and Routing number and not through your card information.


Instructions on how to set up and send Express Payouts from Amazon can be found here.

Amazon offers an Express Payout option to your North One Account. These transfers arrive within 24 hours, though you do need to enroll your Amazon account before this option becomes available. Information on how to enroll can be found here.


Instructions to make an Instant Transfer from your PayPal account can be found here.

PayPal offers Instant Transfers to your North One Account. These transfers should arrive within 30 minutes. For information on associated fees and limits, click here.

Cash App

Instructions to initiate a Cash Out can be found here, make sure to select "Instant" on your Cash Out speed options.

Instant Cash Outs can be sent to your North One Account and routing number and should arrive instantly. Cash App does charge a fee for Instant Cash Outs, you can read more about that here.


Instructions for sending an instant transfer can be found here, as well as some detail on Square’s fees and limits.

Square offers Same-Day Transfers to your North One Account, which can be done instantly or scheduled for a later date. You can send up to $10,000 per transfer, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


For instructions on sending an Instant Payout from Stripe, click here.

Stripe offers an Instant Payout option to your North One Account, which sends the funds within 30 minutes. While all North One Accounts are eligible to receive these transfers, not all Stripe accounts are eligible to send them. You can find out whether you’re able to send an instant transfer on this page, and learn a little more about Stripe’s fees.


For instructions on how to make an Instant Transfer from Venmo, click here.

Venmo offers an Instant Transfer option to your North One Account. Once Venmo has approved your transfer request, the funds should arrive to your North One Account within 30 minutes. Venmo does charge a fee for these transfers, you can find more information about that here.

NOTE: While North One does not charge a fee to receive instant transfers, the third party company may charge a fee to send them. Be sure to review any associated cost with your other account.

Please note that this is not a complete list of all companies that offer Real-Time Payments, however we have found that our customers have had great success with the institutions above. If you need any further information, or if you have a suggestion for a company to add to this list, please let us know!

*Real Time Payments are available through The Clearing House Payments Company, LLC and generally occur within seconds, however certain circumstances could result in a delay or cancellation of a payment. See your Deposit Account Agreement for more details.

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