If you receive an error message that states, "Cash App payment sent could not be completed.", you'll have to cancel the pending payment or tap the Resend button to have it sent again. If you do not want to receive the pending payment, you can cancel it by tapping the "Cancel" button and then "Send again". In either case, the pending payment will deposit shortly.
Cancel pending payment after taping "Resend."
Cancel pending payments on Cash App by going into your profile and finding the questionable incoming payment. If you don't see the cancel option, do not attempt to resend the payment, as you could be charged twice for the same transaction. Instead, follow these steps to prevent two withdrawals. You can also try logging out of your Cash App account before canceling a payment.
Cancel pending payment after tapping "Send."
If you accidentally tap "Send" on a transaction and then realize that you need to cancel it, you can do so. If you've made a mistake, tap the Cancel Cash App pending payment link to have the money returned to your account. This will take you to a new web page. Then, you can follow the steps to cancel the pending payment. You can even request a refund if you don't like the purchase.
Cancel pending payment after tapping "Resend."
Follow these steps if you are unsure whether you want to cancel a pending payment. If you do not know whether a payment has been sent yet, you can check its status by tapping "Cancel" on its status bar. If the payment has already been sent, you can try to resend it. However, be careful not to resend the same transaction more than once because this could result in double withdrawal.
Check the Cash App's activity feed to see whether there is an issue with the underlying transaction. If the payment was not sent on time, check the source of the problem and where the money has been sent.
Check your Cash App software version, as updating it might solve the problem.