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The financial system is developing rapidly, with debit and credit cards becoming increasingly widespread. No one wants to pay in cash anymore; They love the convenience of a debit card or payment app that takes up little space in their wallet. That's where the Cash App Card comes into play.
You need to activate it before you can use the Cash App card. But how should you proceed? What are the procedures you need to activate Cash App Card?
What is Cash App Card?
Cash App Card is a debit card issued by Cash App which is linked to your Cash App balance. The card is issued by Sutton Bank and does not require any additional accounts to function. Adults and teens can use the card anywhere Visa is accepted, including in stores and online retailers.
The Cash App Card is primarily a prepaid debit card, which means it is not linked to any of your other bank accounts unless you specifically link them for quick access. Having said that, you will still need to top up the Cash App balance with money from your other accounts.
Basic Steps to Activate Cash App Card
The easiest way to activate Cash App Card is to use QR code as it is automatic and does not require access to the Cash Card. sec. Here's what you need to do:
- Navigate to the "Cash App" mobile app.
- Select the Cash-Card icon. It's in the left-hand corner of the Cash app's home screen.
- There will be a drop-down menu. Then, select "Activate Cash Card".
- Cash App will ask for permission to access your phone's camera. This is required to scan the QR code, thus you have to give the permission.
- Set the focus of your camera on the QR code given to you and scan it.
- After scanning the QR code, your card should be ready to use.
There you have it, how to activate Cash App Card! In short, Cash App is a simple app to use, and the debit card it's linked to is quite useful too. It should just take a few minutes to activate the account and start using Cash App Card. After that, it functions similarly to a standard debit card.
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