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The mobile app that helps you bridge the gap between earned wages and the cost of living.  One of the great services we provide is early access to earned wages.  No need to wait for payday!  This... and so much more!


How do I request a transfer?
Easy! First, open your GoDo app. If you have an available wage balance, it will be visible on your main screen. Select "Get Your Pay" and enter an amount. From there, follow the instructions to approve the transfer.
How long does it take to get my money?
GoDo is a tool that allows you to access the pay you've earned as you earn it. Once your shift hours are logged in your payroll system and we receive the information, the available wages in the GoDo app will adjust appropriately. You can have those advanced immediately into your GoDo card account.
How much does it cost?
GoDo has worked hard to create an account that has minimal to no fees depending on how you use it. For a detailed list of these items, please refer to the GoDo Fee Schedule.

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