Spent app dead, request cashout now {before Aug 15th)

It was reported a few days ago that the Spent app has shut down. While this is “old news”, I thought it was worth a quick post for any readers who have missed it and have money sitting in their accounts. You have until August 15th to request a cashout and you can request it even if you don’t have the $20 minimum normally required for a cashout.

Spent has been removed from the app stores and is shutting down.

If you had cash back sitting in your spent account, go to https://spentapp.com/. Scroll to the bottom of the page and pull up the chat feature to leave a message.

In your message, you should include:

  1. Your Spent email address
  2. Your PayPal email address
  3. Your name

H/T: Gadget from DoC for that suggestion.

You could alternatively try other email addresses. I’d try the chat message and see if you get a response within a day or two. If not, move on to trying to email various departments / the CEO. I imagine there are many requests coming in.

Unfortunately, the app no longer works, so you won’t be able to verify your balance. Hopefully you have an idea of what to expect….though, truth be told, I guess you’re going to get what they send you either way, so put in your request and wait to see what happens.

H/T: Doctor of Credit

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