How Do I Withdraw Money From My Starling Bank

To withdraw cash from your Starling Bank account, you can use the Starling debit card at any ATM that accepts Mastercard. Simply insert your card, enter your PIN, and select the amount you wish to withdraw. You can also withdraw cash over the counter at any Post Office or PayPoint outlet. To do this, you will need to present your Starling debit card and a valid form of identification, such as a passport or driving licence.

How to Withdraw Money from Starling Bank

Withdrawing money from your Starling Bank account is a simple and straightforward process. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get started:

  1. Log in to the Starling Bank mobile app.
  2. Tap on the “Home” tab from the bottom menu.
  3. Select “Withdraw” from the options.
  4. Enter the amount you want to withdraw.
  5. Choose your withdrawal method (cash, bank transfer, or Apple Pay).
  6. Confirm the withdrawal.

Cash Withdrawal Fees

* Starling Bank does not charge any fees for cash withdrawals made from ATMs in the UK.
* For cash withdrawals made outside the UK, a 3% fee will be charged, with a minimum fee of £2.
* The fee will be deducted from the amount you withdraw.

  • Withdraw £100 in the UK: No fee
  • Withdraw £100 outside the UK: £3 fee
Withdrawal Method Fee
Cash withdrawal in the UK Free
Cash withdrawal outside the UK 3% (min. £2)
Bank transfer Free
Apple Pay Free (up to £300 per day)

Please note that these fees are subject to change. It’s always a good idea to check the Starling Bank website for the most up-to-date information.

Withdrawing money from your Starling Bank account is a straightforward process.

Starling Bank’s ATM Network

Starling Bank has partnered with a number of ATM providers to give you access to cash withdrawals across the UK. You can use your Starling Bank card at any of the following ATMs:

  • Barclays
  • HSBC
  • Lloyds
  • NatWest
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Santander
  • TSB
  • Bank of Ireland
  • Ulster Bank
Transaction Limit
1. Chip and PIN £500
2. Contactless £300

Steps To Withdraw Money

  1. Insert your Starling Bank card into the ATM.
  2. Enter your PIN.
  3. Select the amount of money you want to withdraw.
  4. Confirm the transaction.
  5. Take your cash.

ATM Fees

Starling Bank does not charge any fees for ATM withdrawals. However, the ATM provider may charge a fee, If you are withdrawing cash from an ATM that is not operated by Starling Bank. The fee will be displayed on the ATM screen before you complete the transaction.

How Do I Withdraw Money From My Starling Bank

If you’ve got cash on your Starling Bank account, you can withdraw it from an ATM. You can do this in the UK and abroad. The daily limits for withdrawals are as follows:

  • UK: £300 per day
  • Abroad: £200 per day

To withdraw money from your Starling Bank account, follow these steps:

1. Insert your Starling debit card into the ATM.
2. Enter your PIN.
3. Select the withdrawal amount.
4. Take your cash.

Please note that you may be charged a fee for withdrawing money from an ATM, depending on the ATM operator.

Daily Withdrawal Limits

Location Daily Withdrawal Limit
UK £300
Abroad £200

In-Person Withdrawals

  • Use Cashpoints: Withdraw cash from any ATM displaying the STAR, Maestro, or Cirrus logos. Note that fees may apply.
  • Bank over the Counter: Visit a Starling Bank branch or any post office for in-person withdrawals. You may need to provide identification.

Online Withdrawals

  • Send Money to Another Bank: Transfer funds from your Starling Bank account to an external bank account and withdraw cash from there.
  • Use a Prepaid Card: Transfer money to a prepaid card and withdraw cash at an ATM.
  • Purchase a Postal Order: Buy a postal order using your Starling Bank account and cash it at the post office.

Alternative Withdrawal Methods

Method Fees
Chip and PIN Card Withdrawal Free at STAR ATMs
Contactless Withdrawal Free at STAR ATMs
ATM Withdrawal (other than STAR) £0.75 per withdrawal
In-Bank Withdrawal Free
Postal Order £2.50 per order

Additional Tips:

  • Check your account balance before withdrawing cash to avoid overdraft charges.
  • Inform Starling Bank beforehand if you plan to make large withdrawals to prevent your account from being flagged for suspicious activity.
  • Be aware of ATM fees and choose ATMs with the lowest charges.

**Withdrawing from Starling Bank: A Step-by-Step Guide**

Hey there, Starling users! Need to get your hard-earned cash out of your account? Don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a quick and easy guide to help you withdraw from your Starling Bank account like a pro.

**Step 1: Open Up That App**

Grab your phone and fire up the Starling Bank app. You’ll be greeted by your glamorous account balance.

**Step 2: Hit the ‘Withdraw’ Button**

Spot that big blue button with the withdrawal symbol (it looks like an arrow pointing outward)? Give it a tap, my friend!

**Step3: Enter Your Withdrawal Amount**

Type in the amount you want to withdraw. Make sure it’s not more than your available balance, unless you’re a wizard who can conjure up money.

**Step4: Select Withdrawal Method**

Next, you’ll need to choose how you want that green stuff. You can either:

* **Withdraw to a linked account:** Send the money to another bank account that’s connected to your Starling account.
* **Withdraw cash at an ATM:** Find a nearby ATM (using the app’s handy ATM finder) and grab your loot.

**Step5: Confirm and Submit**

Double-check the details of your withdrawal (amount, account number, etc.) to make sure everything’s kosher. Then, hit the “Confirm” button and wave goodbye to your virtual currency.

**Step6: Get Your Cash or Transfer**

If you’re getting cash, the ATM will spit out your lovely moolah. If you’re transferring to an account, it can take a few hours or even days to arrive.

**Thanks for reading!**

Now that you’re a withdrawal ninja, don’t be a stranger. Come back anytime you need some more financial wisdom or just want to chat about the joys of budgeting (kidding, nobody enjoys that). Stay tuned for more helpful tips and tricks from your friendly neighborhood Starling Bank team!