Catch's Autopilot feature allows you to set up rules for your paychecks so you don't have to worry about confirming paychecks from the same payment source every time.

How it works:
Autopilot allows users to create rules around paychecks to indicate whether certain deposits are always income or never income.

When Catch detects a deposit in your primary linked bank account, we'll prompt you to confirm if it's income and then we'll ask you if you'd like to set up a rule for every deposit from that payment source (e.g. Gusto, PayPal, DoorDash, Uber, etc.). You can then choose which rule you'd like to have associated with that payment source. 

You will receive a 12-hour heads up before money’s moved to Catch. You can edit or skip individual transfers (or delete rules) at any time.

How "rules" work:

  1. For deposits that are marked "always income", Catch will automatically withhold the funds to your Catch plan. 
  2. For deposits that are marked "never income" will be ignored -- Catch will never withhold for your plan. 
  3. For deposits you choose not to create a rule for, you will be required to approve those deposits each time they come in.

We understand you may need additional time to act upon or ensure funds are available to complete a transfer. You can set a Transfer Delay on your rules to give yourself more of a buffer to skip or edit an individual payment.

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