ACH Bank Transfer

An ACH transfer is the electronic movement of money between banks through the Automated Clearing House network, one of the biggest U.S. payment systems. These transfers are commonly used for person-to-person payments, bill payments, and direct deposits from employers and government benefit programs. Many transfer providers — like Paypal, Zelle, and Venmo — also use the ACH network.

Wunder uses ACH bank transfers to withdraw your investment principal and seamlessly deposit monthly returns. Unlike the real-time processing of wire transfers, delivery of these ACH transfers can take several business days. It may take a couple of additional days for the transaction to be posted on your bank account statement -- the exact amount of time will depend on your specific bank.

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