Complaint: Fraud against Andrew Carberry Grace Congeleiri

on 24 July 2020 about Cash App in category Payment Providers

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My complaint:

this was a letteremail sent to Cash app….Over $700 (760 to be exact) has been taken out of my account ($AndrewCarberry) which has not been authorized by me or received by any other party. The dates and amounts are as follows. 49 $200.59 $50,510 $50,522 $65, 525 $65,
530 $65, 67 $65,612 $100,612 $100.Please locate this money and return it to my bank. My bank is also aware of these fraud transaction.
After receiving the funds I will be closing my account with Cash App
I can be reached by email at Debcarberrry@comcast,net
Thank You Andrew Carberry…Cash app has returned the funds to me but they took the money from Grace Congeleri, who is my girlfriend. Before I even contacted Cash App Grace and I researched our accounts an she never received the funds we concluded that my account with cash app was compromised. Just the other day Cash App took $300
from Grace’s account and froze the account for the rest of the money. Cash app clearly did not research and compare the 2 accounts or they would have seen that the transaction on both accounts did not match up. Grace never received the funds that came out of Andrews account. Bottom Line Andrews account was hacked and the hackers use Grace’s Name as the found that name on his account.

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Suggested solution:

To resolve this problem they need return the money to Grace, and then find the hackers. As we did our home work and compared our accounts Grace clearly did not receive these funds.

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Thanatos
Thanatos (@guest_1533)
9 months ago

You go from talking in first person to third person and then back to first person near the end, and it’s confusing…