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How to Send Money to Someone with Cash App: Step-by-Step (2021)

Cash App

Are you trying to figure out how to send money to someone with Cash App?

Or maybe you haven’t even signed up yet but you’d like to know how to do it before you get started.

If you are a new user and haven’t signed up for Cash App yet, we would highly recommend using our friend split method to earn free money during signup.

Want to know more?

We have a detailed, step-by-step Cash App referral code video that shows you clearly how to complete this method in just a few steps.

Remember, this only works if you’re a new Cash App user.

Otherwise, take a quick scroll below for step-by-step instructions on how to easily send money to someone using the Cash App.

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Sending Money with Cash App

These steps are pretty simple, and you’ll want to start by downloading the Cash App first if you haven’t done so already.

This is available both in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

  1. Open the Cash App
  2. Enter the amount that you wish to send
  3. Tap ‘pay’ in the bottom right
  4. Enter the person’s name, $Cashtag, phone number or email address
  5. Select their name from the results, then tap ‘confirm’
  6. You can add a note so the person knows what the payment is for if you prefer
  7. Tap ‘pay’ in the top right to complete the transaction

Okay, you’re all set!

FAQ

How quickly does the payment show up?

Payments arrive immediately after they’re sent!

Can I send money to myself?

Yep! The best way to do this is to do a transfer instead of a payment, which you can easily do right in the app. Those transfers also show up immediately, just like a payment.

Is it safe to send money through Cash App?

Yes, it is absolutely safe to send money through Cash App. They use a variety of security features to ensure this. For more details about this, be sure to check out our article about whether Cash App is safe or a scam.

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