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WARNING: Widespread CashApp Outage! What Now?

UPDATE: Just before midnight Thursday, CashApp identified the undisclosed issue. They slowly restored services overnight and were back up and running at full capacity by 4:38 a.m. PDT.

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(Youdle) MEMPHIS, Tenn. - People experiencing the frustration of being unable to access or send their hard-earned money via CashApp are in for a nerve-wracking ordeal. It's akin to having your wallet locked inside a vault when you need it most. Don't panic...yet. We have the EXCLUSIVE scoop on what's happening, what you should do and what to avoid!💸🔑

CashApp confirmed the widespread problem and shared a link for updates.           

CashApp's support site alerts customers do NOT send money and do NOT attempt to withdraw your money.

Below are FAQs to the CashApp meltdown:

Q1: Can you cancel a payment if CashApp is not working?

No. CashApp is totally frozen. Some people cannot log in via mobile or desktop. Others can log in, but cannot transfer money or payments are getting stopped in the middle of the transaction.

Q2: Is CashApp safe? The SHOCKING truth!

CashApp is generally safe, but here's the jaw-dropping reality: it isn't federally insured and lacks fraud protection for authorized charges. Beware of scams, and only transact with people you trust. Keep your sensitive info guarded.

Q3: How can I check when CashApp is back up?

Uncover the shocking truth behind CashApp's sudden disappearance! Is the whole world facing the same nightmare? Click here to keep up with all of the updates.

More questions?

🧹Clear the app cache and data

    This is not working.

📲Update or remove and reinstall CashApp

    This doesn't work either.

🔐Check for multiple device logins

    If you can log in, be sure to log out of all other devices.

🔢Get Proof of Money Sent or Received

     Take a screen grab to show proof of funds, just in case.

🆘Contact CashApp customer support

When all else fails, it's time to summon the CashApp wizards by calling support! Or contact them by other means. The ultimate guide to getting your money back, no matter what!

On the phone
You can reach CashApp Support by calling 1 (800) 969-1940, Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 7:00pm EST.
On social media
Here are their official social media accounts:
Instagram: @CashApp
Twitter: @CashApp @CashSupport
Tiktok: @CashApp
Twitch: twitch.tv/CashApp
Reddit: u/CashAppAndi
Facebook: SquareCash
By mail
You can reach CashApp by mail at the address below:
Block, Inc.
1955 Broadway, Suite 600
Oakland, CA 94612
Don't let your hard-earned cash disappear into the digital abyss! Act now and discover the shocking truth behind CashApp's mysterious meltdown!

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