Just wondering, because I paid the balance in full, its posted to my checking account. But the available balance did not go back up. I couldn't use Apple Cash as a payment method either.Yes it goes back to the limit any time you pay your balance in full or even partial payment will go back into the limit.
I'm thinking it's a little buggy - it took restarting my phone after paying off the balance and it finally reset.Just wondering, because I paid the balance in full, its posted to my checking account. But the available balance did not go back up. I couldn't use Apple Cash as a payment method either.
I don't use Apple Cash - I just have a connected checking account.I made my first payment this morning and it was credited to my account immediately and my balance went back to the full amount. This was actually shocking to me as my other credit cards don't even do this.
There’s a process to verify your identity for the Apple Cash to become a valid payment method. Don’t recall the specifics, but tap the 3 dots on the Apple Cash card in the wallet app and explore.Mine is still wrong, Apple Cash is also grayed our for me as a payment option
... and the saga continues. Posted on twitter to Apple Card account as wellI contacted Apple again and they told me it takes days for it to post correctly. Its been more than a week, I'm not sure how long I have to wait. I don't think this card is going to be for me.
Oh!!!! Here’s an interesting update and piece of advice....
So I read the terms and conditions of Apple Cash and it’s managed by a bank called Green Dot. I would understand my Chase Sapphire updates faster with payments from my Chase checking account but Apple Cash isn’t even managed by Goldman Sachs.
I’ll test this theory out today.
Sounds about right.Yeah? So the bottom line is that you need to let them "hold" your money (Apple Cash) until you "give" it to them (pay the Apple Card balance)? How do I get a piece of that action...
Checking accounts I’ve had established for years. Chase, Wells Fargo and Capital One. Cap One for my eBay/online sales slush, WF for my mortgage, and Chase since it was WaMu.Just curious.... What accounts are you using to pay it off? Wondering if this could be caused by the bank...
I only have my bank of america account tied to it, paid my balance off, and sitting back at the full balance the instant I paid it.