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alicerose
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29/04/2021 11:29 am  

Once you set up a Cash app account, you will have to link a bank account and then start making transactions Besides, while making a payment, you send money to someone you don’t want to due to incorrect details. In such a case, you should apply for a Cash App Refund and get your money back to your account. 


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