Square lets Cash App users make in-store payments with mobile wallet

Wednesday 15 September 2021 13:58 CET | News

Square, a US-based fintech, has announced it will let Cash App mobile wallet users make purchases with the app when shopping at merchants that use its payment-processing technology.

The company announced that Cash App users will be able to make in-store payments with the app either by scanning a Square SQ, +0.15% merchant’s QR code or by pressing a button on the mobile app. The company is starting to roll out the Cash App Pay technology to retail operators as a software update.

The ability for Cash App users to make in-store payments using the app has been a ‘frequent request’ among the customer base, Cash App officials said in a release. The company also offers a debit card that is linked to the Cash App and lets users make purchases at retailers using their mobile-wallet balances.

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Keywords: mobile payments, product upgrade, QR payments, debit card
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: United States
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