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KSA1984 Expensify Customer Posts: 1

after you have been reimbursed, how long does it take to show up on your bank account???


  • Isabela Stisser
    Isabela Stisser Expensify Team Posts: 195 Expensify Team

    Hey @KSA1984, thanks for posting to the Community!

    Once a reimbursement is initiated through Expensify, the report will show as Reimbursed. When in the Reimbursed state, the report will display an additional designation -- Withdrawing or ConfirmedWithdrawing means that the funds are still en route to your account. 

    While reports under $100 will typically process within 1-2 business days via Rapid Reimbursement, larger reports will take the standard ACH processing time, which is 4-5 business days.

    If you open the report, you will see the estimated deposit date listed in the Report History & Comments section toward the bottom of the report. You can also check the confirmation email you received for the estimated arrival date. 

    We are not able to guarantee the estimated timeline, because the deposit processing time varies by bank. That said, the estimated date we provide should be a close indication. If your estimated deposit date has passed, it's always a good idea to check with your bank to make sure it's not being held in a pending state. 

    Let me know if you have any other questions!

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