When your bank gets marked "invalid," it either means a recent transfer to that account has failed, or has been rejected by the bank.
Once that happens, you will receive an email notification from Venmo for one of the following reasons:
* The micro transfers have failed due to an incorrect routing or bank account number.
* The bank sends us a notification that they couldn’t find an account with the information you provided.
* The account that was entered is not valid for electronic (ACH) transactions.
* The account’s transaction limit has been exceeded.
Venmo needs to be able to transfer funds in and out of your bank account without any problems, and any one of these errors prevents that from being possible. If your bank account has been marked invalid, you won't be able to use that bank account in Venmo going forward. If the bank account is a joint account that is also being used by another Venmo user, keep in mind that the bank will be marked invalid for them as well.
Please note: Venmo cannot manually add any bank account or card to a profile. If an account is not being accepted, we are not able to add it in our system.