Easily send and receive money with Square Cash [App of the Day]

Easily send and receive money with Square Cash [App of the Day]

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Today in our “App of the Day” feature, we bring you an application known as Square Cash. This one lets users send and receive money at no cost. All you have to do is to link your debit card with it, and then you can send money to anyone by just using their debit card information. No need to have sign up for an account or anything else. Send your money via email by CC’ing [email protected] and putting the dollar amount in the subject line.

Everything is safe and secure; users can confirm or reject any transfers and even require security code verification. Money deposited into your account can take 1-2 business days to process and is automatically done!

Users can request money from up to 25 people at once; collecting money for a graduation gift or birthday present can be done all at once. Unlike services like PayPal, where after receiving the payment, you have to withdraw it to your bank account, Square Cash puts the money directly to your existing bank account.

We really liked this application the reviews thus far a quite positive.

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