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How to use Cash App without SSN?

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In the United States, very few responsibilities can be undertaken unless you have a social security number which is a nine-digit code that the US government assigns to all citizens residing in the US. It allows the US government to keep track of your income as well as the number of years you have worked. The Cash App with a user base of more than 60 million is the only digital bank that does not ask for your social security number if you are using the app in the US.

In this article, we will track a few points on how to use the Cash App after bypassing the option to enter your social security number.

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Cash App without SSN

While you may not be able to reap all benefits of the Cash App if you skip placing the last four digits of your social security number, your full name, and your date of birth, you can still send and receive money on the Cash App. You will operate as an unverified user and there will be a limit on the amount of money sent and received according to the time period. To send and receive money without limits you will require an SSN.

The monetary limits of a Cash App account without a social security number are:

  • You can only send up to $250 in seven days
  • You can only receive up to $1000 in a month

Creating a Cash App account without SSN

You can create a Cash App account without providing the last four digits of your social security number by following the steps given below:

  • Open the Cash App and enter your mobile number or email.
  • Confirm the verification code sent by the app by entering it in the given space.
  • Link your bank account by giving your credit or debit card information.
  • Give your name and create a $Cashtag which should have only 20 characters and at least 1 letter.

This way your unverified account is ready to go. Again, there is no way of increasing the monetary limit of the app unless you provide the last four digits of your SSN, date of birth, and a valid full name. If you are exceeding your weekly and monthly limits on sending and receiving cash then the Cash App will ask for your SSN again to allow your payment process to proceed.

Using a fake SSN

If you are thinking of creating a fake social security number or using someone else’s SSN, then be aware that Cash App will verify your information to check for any fraud. The Cash App abides by the federal rules kept in place by the government of the United States and using false information can result in grave consequences for the user.

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