Square Has Sent You Money Transfer Scam

Square Has Sent You Money Transfer Scam

The "Square Has Sent You Money Transfer" email below is a scam. The fake emails trick potential victims into clicking the link in it that goes a phishing website that will steal their Square or SquareUp account credentials (username and password)

This is why it is not recommended to click on links in emails to sign into online accounts. The recommended thing to do is to go directly to https://squareup.com/ and sign-in from there instead.

The Square Has Sent You Money Transfer Scam

From: Square Service Account - squ04@makeitlookgoodforall.com

Sent: Saturday, December 12, 2020, 11:14:55 AM EST

Subject: Square has sent you $33,471.14

Square has sent you $33,471.14

Hello ,

Square has credited your Bank Ozk account ending in 998 with $33,471.14 and the funds should be available in one to two business days. Visit the Transfers Report on your Square Dashboard for details about this transfer.

If this bank account is closed, you can update it here.

Your transactions are grouped into transfers based on your selected close of day time. To view or adjust this time, go to the Transfer Settings tab on your dashboard and click on each day to adjust the Close of Day.

Visit the Square Support Center for more information on Square’s transfer schedule.


The Square Team

Square customers or users who have already been tricked by the phishing scam are asked to change their passwords and contact Square immediately for help.

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