How do I switch my bank account(s) to RoarMoney?

Switching to RoarMoneySM is a smart move - and it’s easy! Here’s how:

  1. Download the MoneyLion app and follow the instructions to open a RoarMoney account.
  2. Add funds to your new account by linking your old bank account and transferring your balance in the app. 
  3. Activate your RoarMoney virtual card (available in the Finances tab of the MoneyLion app) by calling 801.736.2453. You’ll be able to start using your RoarMoney virtual card right after it’s been activated and funds have been added to shop online, in your favorite apps, over the phone, or anywhere mobile payment is accepted (just add it to your digital wallet). 
  4. Activate your MoneyLion Debit Mastercard® once you receive it in the mail! After you add funds to your RoarMoney account, we’ll automatically mail you a physical card. You should receive your new debit card in the mail within 10 business days after adding funds. 
  5. Switch your direct deposits into your new RoarMoney account (you can even link government benefits). Once you do, you could get your funds up to 2 days early1!
  6. Remember to also switch any bills you may have been paying from your old checking account to be paid by your new RoarMoney account. You can find your account and routing numbers under “More” in the Finances tab.


RoarMoney℠ demand deposit account provided by, and MoneyLion Debit Mastercard® issued by, MetaBank®, National Association, Member FDIC. RoarMoney is a service mark of MoneyLion, which offers the RoarMoney Account among its suite of financial products and services. Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circle design is a trademark of Mastercard International. Funds are FDIC insured, subject to applicable limitations and restrictions, when we receive the funds deposited to your account.

1With direct deposit. Faster and easier access to funds is based on comparison of traditional banking policies and deposit of paper checks versus deposits made electronically and the additional methods available to access funds via a card as opposed to a paper check.

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