Square Cash: Never Be Owed Money Again
Do you have that one friend when you go out that will always pick up the tab, for the simple reason of not wanting to deal with bickering about who got what, or who is skimping on their bill? That friend is me. I don’t know about you, but when I leave my house to do some sort of social activity, the last thing I want is petty fighting about splitting the bill. Thankfully there’s a solution.
Download Square Cash ASAP!
Here’s a real world example that happened to me recently.
While on a media trip in Mexico, I picked up the tab for a few of my fellow journalists. Unlike my non-work friends, who casually forget to pay me back, my colleagues were eager to find an ATM and pay me what I was owed. Unfortunately, our boat back to Cancun was about to leave, so we had to hustle back to the port and board.
This is when one of them asked if I had the new Square Cash app. They explained that in less than a few minutes (including time to download the app), I would be setup and ready to receive and send money. Here is what setup looked like:
They weren’t kidding how fast setup was. All that was needed was my debit card number and a $Cashtag (username) name, which acts as a unique id for when someone pays you. Best of all, I used their invite code and received $5 instantly after transferring $50, and they received $10. Not too shabby!
CLICK HERE to join me on Square Cash and receive $5
Moral of the story
You should never be owed money, especially when it comes down to bar and restaurant tabs. Square Cash not only provides new users with free cash, it’s ridiculously easy to setup. I for one look forward to NEVER hearing any of these lines ever again: “Hey, I’ll buy next time.” or “I have cash at home. I’ll pay you the next time I see you.”
Download Square Cash from the Apple App Store or Google Play Market today and don’t forget to tell your friends. Perhaps a hint or two will remind them the money they owe you. Also, check out Square Cash on social media here: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Square, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine.