Is a Scam? Review of Cashappclaim or Cashapp Treat

Cashappclaim or Cashapp located at is a scam. The domain or website redirects visitors to a YouTube channel called "Cash App Guy" and attempts to force and trick them into subscribing. But, there is no video at the "Cash App Guy" channel. If you visit and get redirected to YouTube, do not be tricked into subscribing. A channel should not force you to subscribe, you should be able to view the channel and then decide to subscribe if you want to.

Is a Scam? Review of Cashappclaim or Cashapp Treat

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  • August 25, 2020 at 7:06 AM by an anonymous user from: Dallas, Texas, United States

    I stopped to get some fast food on January 31, and that’s when I realized I hadn't activated my current card yet. In a hurry, I did a quick Google search to find Cash App’s support number. I called the number at the top of the search. It was one of the top searches where you would think would be a legitimate source. “It was a website that didn’t look like Cash App, but it had their privacy policy, all of that.

    I called the number on that third-party site and began speaking to a supposed-customer support agent, but that’s where issues began as I unknowingly gave the scammer my phone number. A PIN number for my new card, and finally, the last piece of the puzzle: her debit card number.

    “They ask, ‘what’s the card number associated with…’ and they gave me 4 digits.

    I didn’t realize when I gave the scammer that debit card associated with the account. Since the person had the last four digits, the request seemed legit.

    That’s when I began receiving mysterious Cash App notifications from my wives account.

    “So I called her and said, ‘hey, did you just send me $2,000?’ And she said, ‘no, but I did just decline a request for $3,500 from you.’ I was about five minutes from home when my wife texted me and told me that $2,000 was taken out of the account.

    What I didn’t know at the time? Cash App doesn’t have a customer support phone number that offers human assistance. The only way to receive support is digitally, inside the app. But scam artists know this, and try to dupe customers.

    “When I got that text message from my wife, I had to pull over. I was just a mess.

    Nancy Crawford with the Better Business Bureau said the best way to avoid losing money is verifying that a phone number is legit before calling. it took me few weeks to figure out how to get my money back after made failed attempts; I later came across a certified recovery Company through a friend, I was able to hire their services . They were able to recover my funds from the scammers successfully. You can file a complaint directly on w w w . instantfundsrecovery . com or WhatsApp - 1 8 4 3 4 3 9 5 8 8 3 just in case you find yourself in same situation to file your complaint.

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