Payment methods

CashApp

CashApp is a P2P payment service that lets users transfer money to one another via a mobile app.

SellApp has integrated CashApp as a payment processor, which means you can accept CashApp payments for your digital products via our platform and API. Here's how.


The first step is to add an email address to your CashApp account if you haven't done so already:

  1. Open CashApp on your mobile device

  2. Tap your profile icon on the top right hand corner

  3. Select "Personal" and scroll down to the "Your Info" section

  4. Tap "Add Phone or Email" and select "Email Address"

  5. Finally, enter your personal email address

    • Don't forget to verify your email with the code CashApp sends you

The second step is to add your Cash App details to your SellApp storefront:

  1. Navigate to your storefront payment settings by clicking here.

  2. Click CashApp. In the modal that appears, enter your Cashtag (we support both USD and GBP Cashtags) and the email address you added to your CashApp in step 1

  3. Save the settings. If all details were entered correctly, you'll now see CashApp as "Active" in the payment settings.


Step 3: Forward CashApp emails to SellApp

In order for us to automatically process CashApp payments, you need to forward CashApp emails to our mailbox.

Heads Up

Without the forwarding rule added, SellApp cannot detect or process CashApp payments automatically, so make sure to add it.

Here's how to do so with a @gmail.com email address:

  1. Open your email and click the cog in the top right hand side, then click "See all settings", or click here to open all settings.

  2. Click the "Forwarding and POP/IMAP" tab (the 6th tab at the top)

  3. Click the "Add a forwarding address" button

  4. In the modal that appears, enter <[email protected]> as the forwarding address

  5. Once you click the "Next" button, Gmail will send our systems an email with a confirmation code. We automatically forward the code to your email. Find it and enter it in the "Forwarding" section by clicking here.

  6. Once verified, we need to create a filter to only forward emails from CashApp to the email we just linked:

    1. In Gmail, go to the "Forwarding" section by clicking here

    2. Click the blue "creating a filter!" text to open the filter modal

    3. In the filter modal that pops up, enter <[email protected]> in the "From" field, then click the "Create filter" button

    4. In the next page, select the "Forward it to" option, and select <[email protected]> as the forwarding address

    5. Finally, click "Create filter"

All done! CashApp has been enabled for your store and you can now enable CashApp for every new product you create.


Optionally: Enabling CashApp for products which already exist

If you want to enable CashApp for products which already exist, here's how to do so:

  1. Navigate to your products dashboard by clicking here.

  2. On the products page, toggle the checkboxes of the products you want to enable CashApp for.

  3. Click the "Update Payment Methods" button found in the "bulk update" dropdown that appears.

    1. A modal will pop up; check CashApp (& optionally other payment methods that you'd like enabled)
  4. Finally, click "Update All" in the modal to update the products' payment methods.

That's all done for you: all the products you selected will now have CashApp enabled as a payment method, which customers will be able to select when making a purchase.

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