Insufficient funds: If you don't have enough money in your bank account to cover the transfer amount, your bank will decline the transaction. Make sure that you have enough funds in your account before attempting to make a transfer.
Suspicious activity: If your bank suspects the transfer is fraudulent or suspicious, they may decline it. This could happen if you're sending money to someone you've never sent money to before or if the transfer amount is significantly higher than your usual transactions. If you suspect this may be the case, contact your bank to confirm the transfer is legitimate.
Incorrect information: Double-check that you've entered the correct recipient details, including the name and account number. Even a small mistake can cause a transfer to be declined.
Bank restrictions: Some banks restrict certain types of transactions, such as international transfers. If you're attempting to transfer under this category, you may need to contact your bank to have the restriction lifted.
If your this transfer was declined by Cash App bank, don't worry. You can contact Cash App customer support for more information about the specific reason for the decline and how to resolve it. They may be able to provide further assistance and advice on how to complete your transfer.