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Nowadays there are a lot of apps that enable you to send cash anywhere you’d like. Whether you’re paying your friend for dinner or sending money halfway across the world, these payments happen near instantaneously. I’ll help you figure out how sending money with this new technology works. And how to deal with common challenges.

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Many Reddit users began getting access to the Cash App Borrow feature in early 2020 They thought it was a scam, but users say that they were easily able to get $50 loans and repay them without fees (Source) Another user has borrowed $100 twice. They chose repayment...
I love DoorDash because I can order food without ever leaving my house- it's effortless to order food from them. All you have to do is open their App, find a restaurant that serves the type of food you want, and then press a button to place your order. I love...
Yes, Mcdonald's does support Apple Pay. However, it'll only work if they have a working NFC (Near Field Communication) device and not all locations have them. Individual franchisees don't have to 'enable' NFC- as long as the store has the red NFC reader connected to the top of...
One Redditor said they've used it for 2+ years and have had no problems. Direct deposit arrives early, and Venmo allows instant transfers via Chime. There are many places where you can withdraw cash for free. I had one chargeback, and they immediately issued a credit to me...
Yes, as of 2019, Apple Pay works in Target stores (Source) You can use Apple Pay on Target's website and within the Target app at checkout There are no fees associated with Apple Pay use at Target There are no transaction limits, though for purchases over $50 you...
If you want to deposit a check using Cash App, here's the process: Tap the Banking tab on your Cash App home screen Select Deposit & Transfers Select Deposit Check and follow the prompts Should you use it for check cashing? That's a different question. Over on Reddit, some users report...
While I have some other accounts, Chime is now my primary banking account. Chase was my primary bank for the longest time. However, I no longer want to continue supporting the predatory practices of big banks. As a tech-focused person, I want to support Chime until they make a compelling...