Waaay back in 2009, Square came onto the scene and established a convenient and secure way to pay for products and services without the need for cash. Small businesses began to take payments easily and quickly with a swipe of your card across their iPhone. I’ve found it particularly useful in Farmers Markets when I don’t want to carry cash around and deal with change.
Businesses, have enjoyed this solution of convenience, not just for customers, but for their own money management. Square’s payment solutions are trusted by millions of businesses and people across the country and tens of billions of dollars are processed safely and securely.
Square has your back and they have continued to develop more effective ways to transfer money, so a night out with friends, or going Dutch on a pair of concert tickets is as easy as tagging your date! No more splitting checks, or waiting for a friend to go to the bank to pay you back. Square has developed a system that makes payment easy by using $Cashtags.
Square Cash accounts are free to use and other people don’t have to have an account in order to pay you. Non-profits, artists, small business owners and contractors use Square Cash for their business, but Eric and I also have Square Cash $Cashtags just to make it easy to exchange money and split bills. It makes going out to dinner with friends super easy when the check comes, because sharing the bill is no hassle. Square Cash is the easiest way to pay back your friends or family.
Signing up is fast and secure. Download the free Square Cash App from the Apple App Store or Google Play Market and set up your account. In order to stay on budget for things Eric and I often need to repay each other for favors, like when he runs out to get last minute ingredients for a recipe I’m making. With Square Cash, Eric is instantly and easily reimbursed so it doesn’t impact his credit card statement.
$Cashtags are genius. You should definitely try Square Cash out for yourself.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Square, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine.