Most payouts issues are due to:
Your payout date keeps getting changed and postponed.
You have a reserve on your account.
Your payout is being processed by your bank.
Your bank account details are incorrect.
If your next expected payout date has been updated to a future date, this is most likely due to account verification issues. Please check both your dashboard or email to see if we requested additional information from you to complete this process.
If your payout is not paid out in full, this may indicate that you have a temporary reserve on your Stripe account. Stripe will proactively communicate the reason for the temporary reserve to the Stripe account holder. See:
If your expected payout was sent less than 5 business days ago, your payout funds have left Stripe and the payout is being processed by your bank. Banks can add extra days, including weekends and holidays. Once the bank has finished processing your payout, they will deposit the funds into your account automatically. While the payout funds have left Stripe, your bank may not yet have an update.
If your expected payout has not landed in your bank account after 5 business days, contact your bank for an update. You will need to provide the following information: bank account details, date expected, exact amount, and payor (Stripe).
If your bank is unable to locate the missing payout after 5 business days, contact support.
You updated your bank account after a payout was initiated: When you update your bank account while your payout is already in transit, it will go to your old bank account.
Incorrect bank account details: It is possible you added the wrong bank account details. You can update your bank account details from your Dashboard.
Your bank account is closed: If your payout is sent to a closed bank account, it will return to your Stripe account automatically.