There are so many situations in life where things come up and we aren’t prepared. I’m not talking about life and death, I’m talking about crazy stuff that happens during travel, work, day to day life, etc. There are so many times when we need to transfer money, have money transferred to us, pay someone back because we forgot cash etc. With Square Cash those events are made SO MUCH EASIER! Today I am partnering with Square Cash to share with you 4 reasons to use Square Cash and why it will make life so much easier.
4 Reasons To Use Square Cash
Make Transfers Easier: Square Cash is ridiculously easy to use. You can use it with anyone, even if they don’t have an account. Paying your friends and family back has truly never been easier. You can download Square Cash from the Apple App Store or from Google Play.
No fees: A lot of times when you need to transfer money there are fees. Well Square Cash has NO fees! That makes using Square Cash hassle free and honestly who needs more hassles in life? For my iPhone user friends there is a NEW ability to use Apple Pay through the Square Cash App! Again so easy!
No need to worry about splitting the bill: So if you are out with your girlfriends and the restaurant won’t let you split the bill (we’ve all been there) but you didn’t bring cash (who has cash?!) you can easily transfer whoever is paying the cash for your portion! No fees. No muss no fuss.
All of life’s unexpected moments: There are so many instances like travel, going somewhere that doesn’t take cash or cards etc. For example when I pay my hair dresser I use Square Cash. It’s easier for him and for me and I never have to worry about having cash for a tip or cash to pay him. When traveling a few months ago I was at a restaurant that was cash only. I had no cash so my friend paid and I could pay her back easily. I had no idea the restaurant was cash only so that was a bit unexpected, but an easy problem to solve.
I would love to know if you’ve used Square Cash? Did you find these 4 reasons to use Square Cash convincing enough to download it?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Square, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine.