$8800 CashApp Transfer – USA




You can contact us to buy cash app transfers or you buy directly from this offer page, pay with bitcoin then include your cash app ID tag in the notes on checkout page


1. If you’ll leave us feedback with a CashApp video AKA “Vouch” you will get 10% ($20) cashback in BTC for this product.
2. We are NOT responsible for any limitations placed on the account if you fail to follow our instructions (read the description).
3. Once you place the order for this CashApp Transfer please email us with the details explained in the description and then wait for the transfer approx. 30 – 120 Min.



This is a listing for a CashApp Transfer from our donor CashApp account to your CashApp Account.

This is a very profitable transfer for those who know how to cash out with CashApp.

After placing your order, please send us the following details:

  • CashApp $Name
  • CashApp Email
  • CashApp Account Holder’s Full Name (will include in the notes to aid the transfer look legit)
  • If there are any specific instructions that you want us to add to your transfer do let us know, in case of no instructions received, we will use our own.


  • Your CashApp account should be at least six weeks old.
  • If you have any history of transactions receiving/sending through it that’s even better.


We guarantee this CashApp balance transfer.

We will NOT use the “Hacked Accounts”, instead, we will use CashApp dormant accounts where we will add our DC’s (debit cards) for the transactions.


Please wait for 60 – 120 minutes (approx 1 – 2 hours) for the delivery, once you have provided us with the details, meanwhile, if you will have any questions please Contact Us after placing your order.

Sometimes things can go wrong unexpectedly, although it’s rare it does happen from time to time, if this happens in your case we will inform you and will need another few hours to remedy the problem.


1. We won’t resend the transfer if you happen to receive this transaction in a new account and your account happens to get flagged for additional verification (all new accounts are subject to this verification upon receiving large transactions).

2. Don’t buy this CashApp transfer if you don’t know how to cash using CashApp!

3. Transfer warranty void after 1 hour of successful transaction (from the time of delivery).

4. You will however still be covered under our replacement guarantee if something goes wrong from our side.


1. Log In to your CashApp account using the details you provided us with to receive the transfer.

2. Make sure the problem in showing clearly in the video, then log out.

Please upload that video through https://www.sendspace.com/ and let us know the URL, we will assist you at our earliest convenience.

Cash App phishing kit deployed in the dark web

Users of the well-known Cash App mobile payment service are the new target of a new component that the creator of the 16Shop phishing platform has installed.

As soon as the new 16Shop product was released, it began to be used to trick potential victims into divulging private information that would enable fraudsters access to their account and the payment information associated with it.

A developer by the name of DevilScream created the sophisticated phishing kit 16Shop and set up a defense against unauthorized use and research activity.

Security researchers from cybersecurity company ZeroFOX obtained the new Cash App phishing kit on February 25, which was just a day after the final compile time.

Researchers discovered many deployments of the Cash App phishing kit within a day from 16Shop, suggesting that fraudsters raced to acquire it and use it.

This is a clear sign that many customers of the fraudulent business trust 16Shop enough to take advantage of every chance it offers to steal private data from widely used services.

the same dish as before

ZeroFOX says the template closely resembles the genuine Cash App site and login workflow, and the kit has the same base code as the others.

Through emails and SMS messages that alarm on a security issue that resulted in the locking of the Cash App account, victims are lured to the phishing page.

Before the phishing page loads, a number of checks are initiated when the fake link is clicked. To identify an association with an automated action (security checks, web crawlers), or a prospective victim, the visitor’s IP address, user agent, and ISP information are gathered and processed.

DevThe Cash App phishing kit has the same bot and indexing activity protections as the other 16Shop kits. The PHP code for the antibot service, which offers blocking options for bots and web crawlers, is illustrated in the image below.

Pretext for confirming your identity

If the victim falls for the trick and gives up their email address, they will later notice a security alert regarding odd activity that resulted in the account being locked.

The victim must supply private information “to prove identification” in order to recover access. The following is included in this:

  • Cash App PIN
  • email address
  • password
  • full name and address
  • Social Security Number
  • payment card details
  • an identification document (state ID, driver’s license)


Low-skilled cybercriminals looking for a quick and simple approach to gather private information that they may resell on dark web forums are drawn to the 16Shop phishing platform. They can set the phishing URL, security scan defenses, and the location for receiving the acquired data right when they purchase the kit.

Opsec runs into trouble

Its developer’s identity has previously been revealed thanks to his web footprints. Riswanda Noor Saputra, an Indonesian man with a history of developing hacking tools, other phishing kits, and website vandalism, is the subject of all of them.

The same identity has been verified, according to research by ZeroFOX, by a mistake made by the person who created the Cash App phishing kit. Examining the code, they found that the dialog-covered email address of the developer is displayed when the alert about unusual account activity appears.

Lookout researchers tracked the developer of 16Shop’s opsec errors and found that he had won a website design contest in 2017. They came to the conclusion that Riswanda either does a poor job of hiding his real identity or is exceptionally skilled at creating and sustaining a false persona.