If you’re new to Cash App, chances are you might have a myriad of questions regarding how to use it.
It’s possible to use a Cash App card on an ATM. It works on any ATM. You might have to pay a $2 charge to the Cash App. But, in most cases, you could pay an additional fee. Most ATMs charge a fee when a different ATM is used.
Now here’s the question. How can you put money on a Cash App card at an ATM? We’ll discuss this and more in this post. Read on!
How To Put Money On Cash App Card At ATM
Unfortunately, Cash App doesn’t support this. In other words, you cannot put money in your Cash App Card at an ATM. We hope the company will look into it and allow users to put money in their Cash App card at ATMs in the future.
For now, you can only put money on your Cash App card via bank account, in-store, or via a debit card.
How To Add Cash To Your Cash App Card With Ease
By now, you must have realized that you cannot deposit money directly to a Cash App card at an ATM. Here are the simple ways you can load funds on your card.
Method#1: Bank account/debit card:
You can only use this process to add funds to your Cash App card if you have a bank account. Just add your bank debit card to your Cash App card and start loading funds from the debit card. That’s it.
How can you add a bank account or debit card to your Cash App card? The process is quite simple.
If your debit card or bank account isn’t already linked, chances are you skipped this process during registration. Cash App usually notifies users to add a debit card or bank account when registering a new account.
Let’s assume you haven’t added a debit card or bank account to your Cash App. Here’s what you have to do.
Visit the “My Cash” icon. Here, you can add your active bank account or debit card.
You can click on the “Linked Accounts” icon to check the accounts linked and be certain before proceeding.
How can you add cash to your Cash App account from your debit card or bank account? Just click on the “Add Cash” icon. You’ll find a range of amounts. Click the amount you wish to add, and it will appear in your balance instantly.
A Handy Tip: Cash App may require you to provide an identification to proceed with adding cash to your account. They could request the last digit of your social security number, date of birth, Touch ID, or pin code.
You might not encounter this process in most cases. But if you do, endeavor to provide the right details to proceed. Cash App is only trying to keep your account as secure as possible.
Method#2: Retail stores:
Don’t beat yourself up if you haven’t linked your bank account or debit card to your Cash App account. You can save yourself the hassle of attaching and removing bank accounts by visiting the nearest Cash App retailer.
Note that not all retail stores load Cash App cards. So, you have to be certain the store you’re heading to offers such service before leaving your home.
Below are walk-in stores that currently load physical cash into Cash App cards. But please know that the list can change at any time. There could be new additions, or any of the named stores can stop offering the service whenever they deem fit.
So, here are the stores that can help load cash into your Cash App card. Just walk up to the cashier and tell them what you came for. Furthermore, be ready to pay a meager fee. It ranges from $2 to $4.
- Rite Aid
- Family Dollar
- Dollar Tree
- Dollar General
Here are the steps to follow:
Step#1: Visit a participating retail store:
Any of the stores above can help add cash to your Cash App card. And it would be cost-effective to visit the participating store closest to you.
Step#2: Approach the cashier:
Inform the cashier about the service you seek. You might not have to wait in the same queue as those who came to purchase groceries.
Let the cashier know you want to load your Cash App card. But if they insist you join the queue, be a gentleman or lady and do as told.
Step#3: Provide your phone number:
You cannot provide just any phone number. What cashiers at participating stores need from you is the phone number linked to your Cash App account. That is the phone number you usually use to access your account.
Step#4: Provide the cash and reload fee:
Cash loading isn’t free in any participating store. You have to pay a small token of about $4 or less.
So, whenever you’re going to a retail store to load your Cash App, go with the cash you wish to deposit, alongside your reload fee.
Step#5: Check your Cash App account:
Adding cash to a Cash App card is a quick process. Once you submit the phone number, money, and reload fee, the cashier should complete the reload process within a few minutes.
In 10 minutes or less, your money should reflect in your Cash App account. And you can start spending or sending money to whoever you deem fit.
Method#3: Family and friends:
You can fund your Cash App account via friends and family. If any relative or friend has a Cash App account, ask them to load your Cash App card while you reimburse them from your bank account.
Method#4: Cash App loader:
Cash App loaders are individuals with enough funds in their accounts. You’ll transfer the money to their bank account while they load your Cash App card.
People outside the United States of America use this method. They obviously cannot operate a U.S. bank account nor have access to participating stores like Walgreen, etc.
Individuals operating Cash App accounts outside the U.K and U.S. created their accounts using VPNs. Why? Cash App is only available in the United States of America and the United Kingdom.
A Handy Tip: Be vigilant when using Cash App loaders. If anything goes wrong, you cannot complain to anyone. Besides, Cash App isn’t available in other countries besides the U.K. and the U.S. Opening or running a Cash App account via VPN is illegal.
This post answers how to put money on Cash App card at ATM. The bottom line is Cash App doesn’t support such. In other words, you cannot put money on a Cash App card at ATM.
We hope the payment platform will support this feature in the future. But for now, you can use other means to load funds into your Cash App account.