Cash App users across the country are reporting their accounts have been compromised and their money was stolen after they tried calling the company for help.
A Chicago woman was having an issue with her Cash App card so she looked for the company's number online.
However, the number she found was fake, and she lost $4,600 after giving the scammer her account information.
In Philadelphia, a woman lost $320 after she called a bogus number she found online.
Cash App said users should remember that the Cash App team generally communicates via email and that the email will come from a cash.app, square.com, or squareup.com address.
The company also said team members will never ask for a user's PIN or sign in code outside of the app.
Cash App does have a real toll free number, but it is automated; they do not offer live support.
Those looking for a customer service number should only use one you find on a company's website or app.
Cash App users fooled by phishing scam