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Acorns - Invest Spare Change

Acorns - Invest Spare Change

Acorns

Join over 8 million people and start investing your spare change with Acorns!

4.7 Ratings 813K+ Reviews 5M+ Downloads
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Ratings & Reviews

4.7
812.8K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    82+%
  2. 4
    11+%
  3. 3
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  5. 1
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  • Dec 1, 2020

    By SIAN GODFREY
    I like it thus far. I like the idea of investing in smaller shares of big stock. It gives the lower class an opportunity to invest and save without breaking the bank.....several years later. I still love this app. I highly recommend it . great way to save money. ....updated review: still pretty awsome.👍👍 highly recommend
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  • Easiest Way To Invest. Nov 7, 2020

    By 460BigBlock
    I’m honestly new to this whole investing thing. I’m in my early 20’s but I want to have a decent future set for myself when the time comes so I finally started one of these and it’s the best thing ever. The app is super easy to use and navigate, it’s all easily broken down to where you can understand things and it’s perfect for someone, who like me, doesn’t make much every year. It’s a set it and forget it type of thing to where you can literally just have it pull $5 from your bank every week and add it to your portfolio and let it build itself. I’ve only been using the app for the last few weeks but I’ve already got up to $40 so far on my investing portfolio. Granted they came from the $5 weekly depository from my bank but if you have the patience and can deal with losing some money one day and making it back the next, this is perfect. It takes all the guess work out and they take care of it for you. You just have to add the money in. Every dollar you invest is divided into a percentage based on your portfolio on what it gets split into. I had my first dividends payment, granted it was only 2¢ but that shows that one do the AGG companies my money goes to made a profit and is paying me back for giving them money. This is the best and perfect app to start setting up for a retirement too. If you’re wanting to try and set a stable future for yourself, this is the way to do it.
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  • Nov 30, 2020

    By Frederick Golden
    A great way for one to start saving, i have 10 bucks per week taken plus round ups of my purchases added so when they reach 5.00 that is also put into my small investment account and the weekly deduction is put on hold whenever my primary bank checking account gets below a set amount, to be resumed once enough money is accumulated to restart the weekly deductions!!! So, all of you low-wage earners CAN invest in the stock market without fear, this is the new way to save and grow, do it!
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  • Great idea, great app Mar 29, 2020

    By Nettle11
    Pay no attention to any negative reviews. They come from sheer ignorance. For anyone that puts $5 in and gets mad because it takes a couple days to transfer it back to your bank..THIS IS NOT A BANKING APP. For anyone who puts $5 in and gets mad because they lose money..it’s not the apps fault, that’s called risk that comes with investing, this is designed for the long haul and you will make money long term. For anyone that gets mad because it made you overdraft your checking account..the app didn’t do that, you did. Learn how to balance and keep up with your checking account. If a handful of bucks a week causes you to overdraft, you don’t know how to manage your money. I started using this as a “supplementary retirement account” to go along with my 401k and I love it. I started putting a few bucks in here and there along with the roundups and now I’m addicted to putting as much money in as possible. It has that affect that inspires you to save more money for the future. Yes, the market is tanking as I write this and I’m actually losing money at the moment. But again, this is best used for long term investing. If you put $20 bucks in and need to pull it back out 2 weeks later, it’s not the app for you. If you can discipline yourself to putting in money and leaving it alone for at least 5-10 years, it great! Five stars.
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  • Love the app but it could be some better things Sep 1, 2020

    By J0hnB0i35$$
    I believe in my opinion there should be more guidelines on how much to invest if you were truly looking for a more residual income in or Divet in income/profit however you put it I’m not the stockbroker with this Siri service needless to say it would be highly appreciated for myself as well as many individuals I’m sure that would agree that are new to this type of software that information on how much you invest is what how much you should project over the next year instead of sayingThis is how much you may have one year 69 if you live that long basically not too appealing a monthly weekly quarterly half year full year statement 23 year statement something like that half decade full decade etc it would make people invest more that’s what I do marketing and sales he would drive a lot more revenue to this company if you should more incentives in the work I mean not saying that the long-haul isn’t lovely but some people might get cancer and die at 69 some people might get cancer and dying in the next 10 years and they’re only 40 the more present projection would definitely be a lot more Easier to understand
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  • Nov 23, 2020

    By TheSanFrancisco SeaHorse
    Abysmal. Its not what it seems. Once you enter your bank account information and password, they begin making "transfers". The app won't allow me to cancel my subscription until these "transfers" are completed. Its been several days now of attempts to cancel this account and these "transfers" are still underway, meanwhile they are trying to continue billing me for having the account I do not want nor wish to continue. Stay away from Acorns. There are many better apps for investing.
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  • Okay-ish. Jun 20, 2020

    By awsedrftgyhh
    I’ve been a member since 2019 and for the most part I’m okay with the app. One thing that truly gets under my skin is that I can’t review my statements from the app. I have to physically get on a desktop computer in order to see my statements. It’s quite annoying considering I don’t always have a desktop around when I’m doing my finances. You cant go online from your phone and do it, you have to use a desktop. I’m not sure why it’s set up that way, but it’s annoying. Also, I have used Robinhood for 2 months, and in those 2 months I gained over $70 in stocks/investing. Whereas I’ve had Acorns for almost a year and the most I ever gained in investing is $35. I have waaaay more money in Acorns than I do in Robinhood, yet I managed to make more with less. Idk what Acorns is doing with my money, but it’s not really investing the way it can. I’m thinking of canceling Acorns because it’s honestly not working for me anymore. I think the best feature is the roundup investments, it lets me save by keeping the change. However, my personal bank does the same. It seemed like a good app when I first got it, but now I’m feeling like it’s not putting my money to good use. Plus, needing me to log onto a desktop just to see my statements is, once again, very annoying. Most apps, whether it’s a bank or another investing app, provide you with your statements without having to do the extra work. Why are they being so extra? Why are they not investing my money properly? Idk..
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  • Nov 30, 2020

    By Robert Hamilton
    app had no problem taking my money from my account but when I try to withdraw it says bank is not verified. when going to verify requires 2 small transactions sent to my account but each time only 1 shows up. tried a combination of previous attempts and it just locks me out. I've been trying for months now to get my money out.
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  • Nov 21, 2020

    By Jonathon Burnett
    Been a acorns user since almost the beginning. My number one complaint is with spend. It doesn't sync with any budgeting apps, the transactions don't sync. I didn't used to care because they had budgeting tools coming in development, well years later nope. Nothing like traditional banking institutions have. Being able to sync your transactions and see where your money is being spent with apps like mint, clarity or trubill is extremely helpful. Instead, I just have to use excel as if it's 2010.
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  • the app that stole christmas 🗣 Dec 10, 2019

    By misshoward_
    I only gave it 1 star because 0 was not an option. I downloaded this app because I thought it was like the app dave that gives you a payday loan. Upon making an account and linking my bank account, I realized what this app was actually for. I opted in for the app to round up each purchase to the nearest dollar and for reoccurring $5 investment each week. After the first week, I realized I do not actually care to invest and wanted to delete the app. I couldn’t quite figure out how to unlink my bank or delete my account to prevent any withdrawals from my account from occurring. I found a setting that allowed me to turn off all investments. So it wasn’t supposed to pull from my bank account at all indefinitely, as long as I did not turn it back on. I checked my bank account today and saw that I was $35 IN THE NEGATIVES. I have over-drafted and will have fees assessed once the bank opens in the morning. I’m very upset that they continued to take my money after I opted out. And $35 is way more than change from rounding up my recent purchases to the next dollar plus $5 for the week. I also cannot figure out where these investments go nor how to withdrawal them. So I have essentially been robbed. Do not use this app if you understand the importance of money. I did not have $65+ to lose for no reason. This app will take your money without consent and claim to be investing in you but not allow you to get it back!!!!🥴🙄🤦🏻‍♀️
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  1. Just $5 a day saves you almost $2,000 a year! Automatically invest spare change from every purchase into over 7,000 stocks and bonds
  2. SIPC protection up to $500,000 and 256-bit encryption keeps your financial information safe and secure
  3. “Acorns offers a unique solution to overcoming the mental barrier: ‘I just don’t have enough money to be investing.’” - US News

Reviewed by Laura S on January 11, 2018

  • Dec 1, 2020

    By SIAN GODFREY
    I like it thus far. I like the idea of investing in smaller shares of big stock. It gives the lower class an opportunity to invest and save without breaking the bank.....several years later. I still love this app. I highly recommend it . great way to save money. ....updated review: still pretty awsome.👍👍 highly recommend
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  • Easiest Way To Invest. Nov 7, 2020

    By 460BigBlock
    I’m honestly new to this whole investing thing. I’m in my early 20’s but I want to have a decent future set for myself when the time comes so I finally started one of these and it’s the best thing ever. The app is super easy to use and navigate, it’s all easily broken down to where you can understand things and it’s perfect for someone, who like me, doesn’t make much every year. It’s a set it and forget it type of thing to where you can literally just have it pull $5 from your bank every week and add it to your portfolio and let it build itself. I’ve only been using the app for the last few weeks but I’ve already got up to $40 so far on my investing portfolio. Granted they came from the $5 weekly depository from my bank but if you have the patience and can deal with losing some money one day and making it back the next, this is perfect. It takes all the guess work out and they take care of it for you. You just have to add the money in. Every dollar you invest is divided into a percentage based on your portfolio on what it gets split into. I had my first dividends payment, granted it was only 2¢ but that shows that one do the AGG companies my money goes to made a profit and is paying me back for giving them money. This is the best and perfect app to start setting up for a retirement too. If you’re wanting to try and set a stable future for yourself, this is the way to do it.
    more
  • Nov 30, 2020

    By Frederick Golden
    A great way for one to start saving, i have 10 bucks per week taken plus round ups of my purchases added so when they reach 5.00 that is also put into my small investment account and the weekly deduction is put on hold whenever my primary bank checking account gets below a set amount, to be resumed once enough money is accumulated to restart the weekly deductions!!! So, all of you low-wage earners CAN invest in the stock market without fear, this is the new way to save and grow, do it!
    more
  • Great idea, great app Mar 29, 2020

    By Nettle11
    Pay no attention to any negative reviews. They come from sheer ignorance. For anyone that puts $5 in and gets mad because it takes a couple days to transfer it back to your bank..THIS IS NOT A BANKING APP. For anyone who puts $5 in and gets mad because they lose money..it’s not the apps fault, that’s called risk that comes with investing, this is designed for the long haul and you will make money long term. For anyone that gets mad because it made you overdraft your checking account..the app didn’t do that, you did. Learn how to balance and keep up with your checking account. If a handful of bucks a week causes you to overdraft, you don’t know how to manage your money. I started using this as a “supplementary retirement account” to go along with my 401k and I love it. I started putting a few bucks in here and there along with the roundups and now I’m addicted to putting as much money in as possible. It has that affect that inspires you to save more money for the future. Yes, the market is tanking as I write this and I’m actually losing money at the moment. But again, this is best used for long term investing. If you put $20 bucks in and need to pull it back out 2 weeks later, it’s not the app for you. If you can discipline yourself to putting in money and leaving it alone for at least 5-10 years, it great! Five stars.
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  • Love the app but it could be some better things Sep 1, 2020

    By J0hnB0i35$$
    I believe in my opinion there should be more guidelines on how much to invest if you were truly looking for a more residual income in or Divet in income/profit however you put it I’m not the stockbroker with this Siri service needless to say it would be highly appreciated for myself as well as many individuals I’m sure that would agree that are new to this type of software that information on how much you invest is what how much you should project over the next year instead of sayingThis is how much you may have one year 69 if you live that long basically not too appealing a monthly weekly quarterly half year full year statement 23 year statement something like that half decade full decade etc it would make people invest more that’s what I do marketing and sales he would drive a lot more revenue to this company if you should more incentives in the work I mean not saying that the long-haul isn’t lovely but some people might get cancer and die at 69 some people might get cancer and dying in the next 10 years and they’re only 40 the more present projection would definitely be a lot more Easier to understand
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  • Acorns App is convenient! Nov 21, 2019

    By Brodard1225876
    Love the app and know they are improving it regularly. Gives less educated and new investors a place to start with less risk than other investment vehicles. It is super convenient and easy to use. Wish the recurring investments could be set up on specific dates as well as bi-weekly as millions of people don’t get paid every week and don’t always have funds in their accounts. Also, it can cause overdraft fees. It would be nice if for some reason there was no funds it didn’t still pull from your checking account. This happened to me as I have recurring investments set up and for example it pulls out each Friday. I have checked my tab that says “past” where you can see pending payments. It is Wednesday now and for some reason I don’t see it on there. Therefore I don’t know when it is going to hit my account. If you have lots of money which I think the target customer Acorn is shooting towards is millennials who don’t always have a bunch of money saved! With that said...I know and see the constant improvements and as the company grows. I have confidence that updates and improvements will occur. An example is they are working on “real time” investing right now and communicate that through their app. It will get a 5 star from me in the future and I will change my rating! Hope this helps the consumer and also the company improve the app!
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  • Nov 19, 2020

    By BlacKnight Javi
    Overwhelming AT FIRST, but worth getting past the learning curve if you are patient. 1.) Esthetics; well designed.. smooth feeling app, overall enjoyable experience. 2.) Functionality; Serves It's purpose when it comes to investing for beginners. You choose a predetermined portfolio ranging from "high risk - high reward", to "low risk - but slow steady gains". Great app for beginners.
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  • No Feedback on Account Setup Dec 9, 2017

    By luisjr87
    Acorns has since solved my problem, turns out they were simply experiencing a serious backlog to new accounts looking forward to the weeks ahead to see how much I can round up on my card transactions. —— old review below—- Like everyone I was very excited to start rounding up sadly I never had the opportunity to experience any of the feature sets Acorns has to offer. The account setup was pretty easy and enjoyable although finding out after signing my certificate that it still would take 1 - 3 business days to verify my account was a bit disappointing but I get it. Here is where Acorns fell short, till this day 5 days later it still says I need to wait 1 - 3 business days for my account to be setup, uh hello it’s been 5 days! Like any American on day 3 I picked up the phone and called support, I was on the phone for about an hour before I got disconnected due to interruptions in service. I also tried email support but have heard nothing, no confirmation to my email over my support ticket nothing, maybe somethings up with my email but at this point I would prefer to speak with a human being and I think any service offering to make transactions from your bank account should support quick and easy customer service. I am open to changing my review if I ever get any support to rectify this rogue issue.
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  • Can’t get glitch fixed to verify my “spendsmart” account . . . . Apr 12, 2020

    By J.D. Irwin
    Absolutely love everything, thus far, except for one thing that is concerning until resolved and has my real life access to my acorn account(s) essentially stuck in one place. At least until it gets fixed by (I’m assuming) IT, New Accounts and Customer Account(s) services and security-work together in which event I’m confident it will be handled assessed diagnosed and treated/fixed EXTREMELY swiftly. Once they work as a team that is to say. And that’s just based on a few days of being a customer and having any and every other thing to come up resolved swiftly, accurately, and in full. Like I said I’m new to it relatively speaking and am currently still awaiting an answer/solution on this ONE, SINGLE, and thus far ONLY drawback I’ve had/have with Acorn. Would rate all stars and more had this been resolved by now. Anyhow, I still trust and enjoy/benefit from it enough, I’m recommending it to those I actually give a legitimate toss about! Everyone else I don’t trust or what have you, I advise all of them, to open a new account at Walmart, etc. with a greed dot or really any prepaid online type set up like that always always always has at least a super hyper high interest rate on it. Haha 🤫🤭 ssshh don’t tell!😉😁
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  • Nov 10, 2020

    By Jason Howard
    It would be nice if within the company stocks you have pre invested in would be of our own choice as well. idk why but only on this app when I tried to take pic for verification the pic was blurry. Should allow a pic to be uploaded as well as scanned. The app crashed 3 times before I even linked my account I hope that is not a sign of how this app will function. 3.5 stars. Needs some improvements.
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  • Nov 23, 2020

    By Dallas Harvey
    everything was just fine and dandy until the fund management screwed up. when I had around $750 the funds dividends paid out just over $1.50 which could cover the acorns monthly fee and then some and I was happy about that. but then they switched up what the holdings were and now included funds that had distributions suspended. now my account is around $1300 and I've only gotten $0.35 in distributions for the last 30 days...
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  • Like and Don’t like Jan 6, 2018

    By navbotas
    When I first heard of Acorns and the idea of an electronic piggy bank that invest your spare change from purchases I thought “what a great and cool idea.” So after awhile i decided to give it a try. I like that all my banking accounts are linkable and you dont have to do anything after they are linked. What I didn’t and don’t like is when I first put my credit card info in, the app pulled all my accounts for the option to link. I would have rather done that manually. Another thing I don’t like is, my credit card that I first put in, is the account that all the spare change comes from even when several accounts are liked. I would rather have the spare change come from the individual accounts that are linked. The last thing I don’t like is when you transfer money between your accounts like I do each transfer also invests $1.00. I hope that makes sense to you and helps on deciding to start collecting your acorns and invest them. Update: A developer has since responded to my review. The transfer of funds between your accounts that invest a whole dollar can be adjusted. Although this feature can be adjusted and has after the fact, I dont recall it being mentioned while setting up an account. Don’t get me wrong I am still using this savings/investment app.
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  • Nov 22, 2020

    By John Romany
    It is all good. It won't link to Capital one for over 2 weeks now. The reason why we use this app is the round up. It is a seamless and easy way to invist. If you can't link to certain banks/ cc you need to mention that in the information or work it out with that bank. Just a thought
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  • Nov 18, 2020

    By Tyler Smith
    I've been requesting a funding source change for over a week now. They wants voided checks of both old and new accounts. Ok. Done. And still can't verify. This is ridiculous. 10k in and whats happening. All this via email customer support too and over an hour on hold on the phone and still no answer. Update. 2 weeks time to change my funding source. No phones. All app and email.
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  • Okay-ish. Jun 20, 2020

    By awsedrftgyhh
    I’ve been a member since 2019 and for the most part I’m okay with the app. One thing that truly gets under my skin is that I can’t review my statements from the app. I have to physically get on a desktop computer in order to see my statements. It’s quite annoying considering I don’t always have a desktop around when I’m doing my finances. You cant go online from your phone and do it, you have to use a desktop. I’m not sure why it’s set up that way, but it’s annoying. Also, I have used Robinhood for 2 months, and in those 2 months I gained over $70 in stocks/investing. Whereas I’ve had Acorns for almost a year and the most I ever gained in investing is $35. I have waaaay more money in Acorns than I do in Robinhood, yet I managed to make more with less. Idk what Acorns is doing with my money, but it’s not really investing the way it can. I’m thinking of canceling Acorns because it’s honestly not working for me anymore. I think the best feature is the roundup investments, it lets me save by keeping the change. However, my personal bank does the same. It seemed like a good app when I first got it, but now I’m feeling like it’s not putting my money to good use. Plus, needing me to log onto a desktop just to see my statements is, once again, very annoying. Most apps, whether it’s a bank or another investing app, provide you with your statements without having to do the extra work. Why are they being so extra? Why are they not investing my money properly? Idk..
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  • Nov 16, 2020

    By SEAN madden
    Really cool concept and includes an awesome feature that projects your savings through your lifetime but it won't let me unlink my card or cancel investing and it is constantly taking money out of my account until I overdraft. They don't allow you enough control over your money to even tell them to stop taking money out of the bank. Cool concept, very very poorly executed.
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  • Lacking Jun 5, 2019

    By Bread 2.0
    I get the concept of this app but I feel like it’s not for me and I’ll tell you why. Acorns invests round-ups to the nearest dollar on your purchases. This means you have to wait until you buy something to invest in the stock market. Not only that, but the app itself does not give much insight into which stocks or ETFs are being used. So essentially you’re blindly putting in money that is going “somewhere out there” and hoping for the best. I get that there’s an option to deposit funds directly without waiting for round ups, but since that’s what I want to do, I’d rather be able to have a choice as to where my money goes. This app is for individuals who want to invest without the hassle, but I felt like it was almost too dumbed-down for me. It also took me more than half a year to receive my debit card, only to find out that instant round-ups aren’t available yet, which is why I wanted the card in the first place. The features on Acorn do not give you very much control, and for that reason I’d rather invest directly using a different service. It was a nice start into investing, and after more than three years of using Acorns it was hard to part with it. But the app’s purpose of taking the effort out of investing almost worked too well. If you want to invest, there are better ways of doing so in a more efficient manner.
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  • Nov 17, 2020

    By Alex Baker
    So at first I was very happy with the way this app works but now I'm annoyed as hell, I canceled my subscription and got a confirmation email saying I was no longer subscribed but its still taking money from my account and says I'm subscribed. Its been two months of this by. Acorns is cool until you try to stop using it.
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  • User agreement nonsense Apr 22, 2019

    By First Review Complaint
    I opened my account over a year ago. Personally, I made the mistake of not doing enough research on the company before opening the account. After doing research, my disagreement is with the fees applied after cashing out. The bigger issue for me though, is the nonsense with how the company has been operating with it's user agreement. I received a new user agreement back in May of 2018. The agreement stated that I had to accept the agreement inorder for the app to keep managing my portfolio. At this point, I didn't want to accept the agreement so that the monthly deposits would be frozen. I received 2 more emails with extended agreement deadlines. I did not proceed with either. I have not opened the app since before the first agreement email. Regardless of my actions, the app has been taking money from my bank account on a monthly basis. I contacted customer support a few weeks ago and all I got was an email saying that they are sorry for losing my business and that I can login to my account, sell my investments, and close my account. If I follow through with this, it would require me to accept the agreement before I can even access my account. I have discussed this issue with my lawyer and we are in the process of notifying Acorns. I know others have had this issue as well, so I will try to give an update soon.
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  • Nov 23, 2020

    By TheSanFrancisco SeaHorse
    Abysmal. Its not what it seems. Once you enter your bank account information and password, they begin making "transfers". The app won't allow me to cancel my subscription until these "transfers" are completed. Its been several days now of attempts to cancel this account and these "transfers" are still underway, meanwhile they are trying to continue billing me for having the account I do not want nor wish to continue. Stay away from Acorns. There are many better apps for investing.
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  • Nov 30, 2020

    By Robert Hamilton
    app had no problem taking my money from my account but when I try to withdraw it says bank is not verified. when going to verify requires 2 small transactions sent to my account but each time only 1 shows up. tried a combination of previous attempts and it just locks me out. I've been trying for months now to get my money out.
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  • Nov 21, 2020

    By Jonathon Burnett
    Been a acorns user since almost the beginning. My number one complaint is with spend. It doesn't sync with any budgeting apps, the transactions don't sync. I didn't used to care because they had budgeting tools coming in development, well years later nope. Nothing like traditional banking institutions have. Being able to sync your transactions and see where your money is being spent with apps like mint, clarity or trubill is extremely helpful. Instead, I just have to use excel as if it's 2010.
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  • the app that stole christmas 🗣 Dec 10, 2019

    By misshoward_
    I only gave it 1 star because 0 was not an option. I downloaded this app because I thought it was like the app dave that gives you a payday loan. Upon making an account and linking my bank account, I realized what this app was actually for. I opted in for the app to round up each purchase to the nearest dollar and for reoccurring $5 investment each week. After the first week, I realized I do not actually care to invest and wanted to delete the app. I couldn’t quite figure out how to unlink my bank or delete my account to prevent any withdrawals from my account from occurring. I found a setting that allowed me to turn off all investments. So it wasn’t supposed to pull from my bank account at all indefinitely, as long as I did not turn it back on. I checked my bank account today and saw that I was $35 IN THE NEGATIVES. I have over-drafted and will have fees assessed once the bank opens in the morning. I’m very upset that they continued to take my money after I opted out. And $35 is way more than change from rounding up my recent purchases to the next dollar plus $5 for the week. I also cannot figure out where these investments go nor how to withdrawal them. So I have essentially been robbed. Do not use this app if you understand the importance of money. I did not have $65+ to lose for no reason. This app will take your money without consent and claim to be investing in you but not allow you to get it back!!!!🥴🙄🤦🏻‍♀️
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  • Nov 12, 2020

    By Benjamin R
    TERRIBLE SERVICE. DECEPTIVE, UNHELPFUL, Acorns support and service is just horrible. Haven't been able to log in for months, have messaged them tons of times through email, they send you in circles which is so disrespectful when you literally just answered all their questions only for next email to ask whats going on again then be told to send the same info again. Lost money. I will never trust them with my money, I am sure they will respond to this review with some nonsense we want to help you.
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