The Cash app is a fast and convenient way to pay for your online purchases and to send and withdraw funds. However, the method of adding a debit card to the app often raises questions. Indeed, the steps are not apparent, so we are here to help you.
In this guide, we will share instructions on how to add a debit card in the Cash app on Android and iPhone devices. Plus, we'll explain if you can add two debit cards at once and why you might not be able to link a card. Read on to simplify online payments.
How to Add a Debit Card in the Cash App on an iPhone
Adding a debit or credit card in the mobile version of Cash App is very simple. Follow the instructions below:
- Launch the Cash app on your phone.
- From the main menu, tap the house icon located in the lower left corner of the screen.
- In the "My money" menu, press "Add a credit card" located at the bottom of your screen.
- You will be prompted to enter your card number. Do that and tap "Add Card" at the bottom. Your card will be instantly added to your wallet.
How to Add Debit Card in Cash App on Android Device
The mobile version of Cash App is the same regardless of your device's operating system. So, adding a debit card on an Android device involves the same steps as on an iPhone. Follow the instructions below:
- Launch the Cash app on your phone.
- From the main screen, tap the house icon in the lower left corner of the screen.
- In the "My Cash" menu, select "Add a credit card" at the bottom of your screen.
- You will be asked to enter your card number. Do that and tap "Add Card" at the bottom. Your card will be added to your wallet.
Can you add debit card in cash app from pc
There's no way to add a debit card to your Cash app from a PC because you can't log into your account in the browser. You will need to use the mobile version as your account is linked to your phone.
Can you have two debit cards on the Cash app?
No, the Cash app does not allow you to register more than one card and bank account at a time. But you can change an expired or non-functional bank card by following the instructions below:
1. Launch the Cash app on your mobile device.
2. From the main menu, tap the bank icon located at the bottom left of your screen.
3. Tap "Linked Accounts". You will see your credit card and bank account linked. To unlink a debit card, look for it in the “Bank Accounts” section.
4. After opening the debit card details, tap on the three dots icon in the corner.
5. Tap "Replace Debit Card". Optionally, tap "Remove debit card" to remove its details.
6. Enter the new card details. When done, tap "Add Card" at the bottom of your screen. Your card is now added to your wallet.
Why can't I add a debit card to the Cash app?
A debit card not linked to the Cash app is a common problem. This happens because your card is not supported by the app. Currently, the Cash app only supports Visa, America Express, Discover, and MasterCard. Trying to register some corporate debit cards and prepaid cards will result in an "Error" message on your screen.
If you don't see the "Error" message, you may need to link your bank account first. Follow the instructions provided below to link a bank account to your Cash app:
1. Log in to your Cash App account from the mobile app.
2. On the main screen, tap the bank icon located at the bottom left of your screen.
3. Tap "Add Bank".
4. You will be asked to enter your bank details. Do that and tap on “Add bank”.
5. On the next screen, tap "Add Credit Card".
6. Enter your card details and tap 'Add card'. Your card should now be linked to your Cash App account.
If your bank account was already linked but you can't add a card, you may already have a card on file. The Cash app currently only supports one card at a time.
Hope our guide helped you add a debit card to your Cash App account. While it might be a hassle that you can't add a second card to the app, it does speed up the login and payment processes. Users would be wise to pay attention to updates as developers may add more supported card types soon.
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