Thousands of Californians Eligible

California law prohibits companies from trying to prevent their customers from making damaging statements about their products or employees. It is also unlawful to punish or threaten to punish a consumer for sharing their feedback. Many companies, including Cash App, have imposed terms of service on their customers that we believe violate California law.

Client-Centered Justice

Singleton Schreiber is pursuing litigation against Cash App because we believe it is attempting to silence consumers who have the right to publicly share their experiences. If you believe you or someone you know has been affected, we encourage you to join our effort by filling out a form. Together, we can work towards getting you the compensation to which you are entitled and ensuring no one else’s rights are violated.

If you fit the following criteria, you may be eligible for compensation:

  • California resident 

  • Purchased products or services from Cash App

Meet Your Fearless Advocates

With approximately 270 staff members and over 50 attorneys, Singleton Schreiber has offices in California, Colorado, Hawaii, New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington. Singleton Schreiber prides itself on protecting the interests of everyday people against corporate wrongdoing. Our attorneys have decades of litigation experience and have recovered over $2 billion in settlements and verdicts for our clients in the last ten years alone.

Singleton Schreiber puts its clients first and has the resources to handle each case with care — no matter how small each count may be. Fearless advocacy. That’s how we win.

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