With the advent of mobile devices and digital payment options, cash back monitoring is no longer limited to cashiers.
A slew of new payment platforms have come to market to help merchants track their cash back accounts.
But some experts say it’s easy to get caught in a trap.
Cashback monitor: This app monitors your bank account for fraudulent activity, such as sending or receiving money without authorization.
It does this by asking your bank to report the transactions to the IRS.
Cash back monitor for mobile: This is a mobile app that will notify you when your account has been charged for a fraudulent charge.
This is the first of several apps to come out this year that will track your cashback payments.
Some merchants are using these apps to keep tabs on their cashback account balances.
These apps can be purchased for a few dollars each, but some merchants are charging you a few hundred dollars for each.
Cash rewards are good, but not great for merchants.
If your cash rewards account is under $50, you might be better off keeping your money in your checking account, where you have more control over your spending.
If you’re looking to start earning cash back with an app, be sure to sign up for the CashBackAlerts app and check the cashback status daily to see if your account is currently flagged as a “scam.”
Cashback alert: This tool is designed to notify you about a fraud or other fraud, which you can then contact the IRS to help you file a claim.
It also alerts you to the fraudsters’ contact information.
Cash reward alert: With this app, you’ll be able to keep track of how much money you’ve been getting from your bank.
You can also report the fraudulent charges to your bank for investigation and possible refund.
You’ll also be able receive a bonus for reporting the fraud.
If the account is being used for a taxable business, this app may be a good idea.
This app requires a credit card to be charged, and the app may have a hidden billing feature that allows you to monitor your cash reward.
Some cashback apps are also selling tools that track your bank accounts, but there are no signs yet that these apps are making money from the cash back programs.
The Verge contacted several major U.S. banks to ask if they were selling or marketing the cash rewards apps.
One told us, “We do not provide any marketing or advertising to merchants on any platforms.”
Another bank told us that it does not sell or market cash rewards.
However, a spokesperson said that the bank is working with a number of other financial institutions to create a program to support the industry.
A third bank said that it had not been contacted by the FTC to see whether it is selling or promoting the cash reward apps.
We reached out to several other major U,S.
financial institutions, including Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo.
We have not received a response yet.
A spokeswoman for Bank of the West told us it was “aware of the recent allegations about a fraudulent program in the U.K.”
The spokesperson said the bank has taken steps to remove and/or suspend the apps.