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There are over 10,000 financial institutions in the US, but they structure and manage their data in many different ways.

For an app that wants to enable users to connect their financial accounts, building a digital connection to a single financial institution can take a lot of engineering time and expertise. Now imagine doing that thousands of times. For many companies, it’s not feasible.

At Plaid, we work around the clock to build and maintain secure connections to more than 10,000 US financial institutions.

Plaid lets you connect your financial accounts to apps and services to help them provide products and services to you. These apps can help you do things like manage your money and make progress toward your financial goals.

>3,000

Apps and services that are powered by Plaid

>10,000

Financial institutions that Plaid connects to

What that means for you

Money is one of the biggest sources of stress in people’s lives. By enabling you to quickly and securely connect your financial institutions to your apps, Plaid can help you do the things you want to do.

Varo
Varo

Online bank accounts with no minimum balance.

Venmo
Venmo

A digital wallet that lets you make and share payment with friends.

Acorns
Acorns

Invest spare change and save for retirement.

YNAB
YNAB

Stop living paycheck-to-paycheck. You need a budget.

Why some connections fail

Sometimes you may not be able to connect your account. The problem could be taking place anywhere along the chain between Plaid and your financial institution.

Our goal is to restore the connection so you can use the apps and services you rely on.

Why some connections fail

Working together to build a better financial system

We believe in a financial system that is more swift, secure, and connected. We’re committed to working together with financial institutions, apps—and you!—to make it a reality.

Why some connections fail