Why can't I find my bank?

If this is the case, there are other ways to fund your Public account.

Updated over a week ago

At Public, we use the nation's largest bank connection provider, Plaid. While we are officially connected with all major banks and most other financial institutions, if your personal bank is not listed, it’s likely to be added in the near future.

In the meantime, there are other ways to fund your Public account, and they are generally painless. See below:

Wire Instructions:

Please contact your bank to initiate a wire from your personal bank account. Provide the following wire information below. Please note this is for our Clearing Firm, Apex. Be sure to include your Name and Account number in the for further credit section, as this helps ensure it is applied to your account right away. After initiating a wire transfer, please let us know the date, amount, and if possible, obtain the Fed Reference number of your wire and send it to our Member Support team via in-app chat or email at support@public.com. This will help us locate your wire transfer as quickly as possible.

Please note, that we are unable to accept wire transfers from business or trust bank accounts.

BMO Harris Bank

111 W Monroe St

Chicago, IL 60603

ABA: 071000288

Apex Clearing Acct: 3713286

FFC: BPS

Client Account # (Enter your 8-digit account #)

Name: Enter your First and Last Name

Sending a Check:

Checks should be made payable to "Apex Clearing" and have your account number referenced in the memo line. Click here for help locating your account number. *Please note that Apex does not accept third party checks.*

Checks should be mailed to the following address:

Apex Fintech Solutions

c/o Banking

350 N St Paul Street, Ste 1300

Dallas, TX 75201

Attn: Banking Department

**Please DO NOT send checks to Public, as they will not be processed.**

If you ever have questions, the team is always here for you, so feel free to give us a shout on the app’s Chat or via email at support@public.com.

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