Connect other bank accounts

Find out how to connect your other bank accounts to your Lunar account, so you can easily get a full overview of your finances.

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Written by Mathilde
Updated over a week ago

At Lunar, we offer you the option to link your accounts from other banks in your Lunar app. We do this so that you can get the full overview of your finances in one place.

How to connect other bank accounts

  1. Open your Lunar app and select the Discover tab from the menu at the bottom of the screen.

  2. Find Accounts from your other bank under Setup and click on it.

  3. Tap ➕ Add bank.

  4. You can now scroll down and find the bank you want to add from the list, or use the search bar at the top of the page to find your bank quicker. Tap on your desired bank.

  5. You will now need to give consent for Lunar to process your information from the linked bank. Read the text carefully and then tap Accept to give your consent.

  6. You will now be taken to a page where you need to log in with MitID for Lunar in Denmark, BankID for Lunar in Sweden and NemID for Lunar in Norway to connect to the other bank.

  7. You now need to choose which accounts you want to link and display in the Lunar app. You can always change this later. Once you've made your selection, tap Continue.

Done! Your second bank is now connected and will appear in the list "Accounts" in the Lunar app. If you have multiple banks, you can repeat the process and connect them, too.

Your money and data are protected

  • Your money is insured and protected by the indskydergarantiordningen, and regulated by the FSA. This means that you get the same security for your money as in other financial institutions. The Guarantee Fund (Garantiformuen) protects deposits in bank accounts in the event of bankruptcy up to 100,000 EUR.

  • We keep your data secure and confidential in accordance with GDPR legislation. If you wish to disconnect your other bank accounts, we will of course also delete your data from our system. You can read more in our privacy policy.

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