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As a cash transfer mobile tool launched by Square in 2013, Square Cash allows users to directly send money to each other from a linked debit card, credit card, or any available funds in your Cash app. SquareCash is available for personal and business use and creating two accounts for different payment use is highly recommended. For business account users, Square Cash lets you request payments at the price of 2.75% per transaction.
The Emergency Money for the People Act additionally recognizes that not everyone has a bank account. So it allows individuals to get this money through direct deposit, check, pre-paid debit card, or mobile money platforms such as Venmo. This has seen the increase in the usage of Venmo.Venmo is available for Android, iOS, and Blackberry. It simplifies money transfers between individuals and also avoids the awkward face-to-face talks about money like who owes whom a couple of dollars.
PayPal is an American online payment service released by PayPal Holdings, Inc. The original company was established in 1998 to produce security software for some handheld devices. One year later, Paypal decided to change the direction where the country was headed by turning into a money transfer system in 1999 at Confinity. It attracted many investors and was acquired by eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion. PayPal became the mostly-used payment method by a majority of eBay users. On September 30, 2014, eBay spined off PayPal into a separate publicly traded company.
Created by JPMorgan Chase & Co, Chase Mobile is Chase Bank's mobile app which allows users to manage their online account access from anywhere at any time right from the palm. Both available in English and Spanish, the app provides how-to videos for new users and state-of-the-art security to protect personal banking security and privacy.
Taken as the leading provider of credit data and services in the US, Experian was the first company which offers online credit reporting services.Experian aims to help customers manage and improve their financial status and protect them against identity theft and fraud. Till now, Experian has kept the credit information of about 220 million US consumers.