My roommate has a problem with stealing money from me. They do this by using my debit card info on cash app to send themselves money. I got a new card to stop this from happening. Today I see a new charge on the NEW card, she claims that it was an old transaction from a few days ago that went through late.
But I’m like 99% certain this is bs because my bank statement shows that it went through on the new card today. My question is simple: can cash app withdraw money from a new card that is connected to the same card used previously or am I being gaslit?
Thanks in advance for any advice/info.
Why are you roommate with a thief? You are giving consent by not taking action.
Debit cards are tied to a bank account. You want to be completely safe, open a new account in another bank. The card is not the account.
MY ROOMMATE DID THE SAME THING TO ME! Just put a pin on your cash app transactions. It’s right in the app.
I’m not completely familiar with cash apps., but since they app does not have the new number, they have no way of charging your card. And debits do not show up late. They are just like credit cards and cash apps. It’s an electronic purchase that is instantly charged. Checks are the only thing that takes time to go through.
You need to arm yourself against her methods. Cancel your latest debit card. Get a new one and keep it somewhere where when you are at home where she does not have access, like a locked safe. Or don’t use a debit card at all until she is gone. Same goes for your credit cards and your cash. Lock them away. You can also see if the bank will send you a cell notification anytime a transaction is made on your debit card. Credit cards have that capability. Then, I would tell the “friend” about the notification so she knows it went get by you.
This girl is a user. She will NEVER admit she is in the wrong. Lying is a behavior that has worked for her and she will continue to use it, even beyond reason. I had a “friend” like that, and despite the evidence right in front her face, she continued to deny all accusations. Unless you involve the police, which is your right, you will probably never see that money again.
There’s a system that merchants can participate in that automatically gives them your new card number when it’s replaced. It sounds like your cash app may have done this.
> My roommate has a problem with stealing money from me.
Your roommate isn’t the one with the problem. It’s *your* money that’s being stolen due to *your* lack of boundaries. It sounds like *you’ve* got a problem with a liar and a thief.
The time to move or find a new roommate was yesterday.
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