Did CNN report that Cash App went bankrupt and any funds a person had in their account would be given back to them in bankruptcy court? No, that's not true: Lead Stories did not find any evidence that CNN reported on this claim or that Ca
“CNN just said Cash App went bankrupt and any funds you had in your account would have to be awarded to you through bankruptcy court.”
CLAIM: CNN has reported that online payment service Cash App has gone bankrupt. AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.
Thousands of people have shared a post about an apparent protest against a cashless supermarket in France.
A Facebook post with thousands of shares suggests all cash withdrawals impact a person’s credit score.
Just because cash is legal tender does not mean businesses must accept cash payments.
It’s perfectly legal for shops to refuse to accept cash. They may also refuse to accept card payments.
Is a "WEF agent" revealing a plan to exclude "less desirable" people from digital currency that will take over the world? No, that's not true: The man in the first clip in the video is a renowned Cornell University professor who was speak
CLAIM: A video shows a “World Economic Forum agent” calling for a cashless society and saying those determined “less desirable” will be locked out.
People walk by the News Corporation headquarters, home to Fox News, on April 18, 2023, in New York City. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)Fox News pays up to keep any further dirty laundry from being aired in court.Continue reading Pillows Full of
Cash App founder Bob Lee’s death is connected to FedNow.
The FedNow program “is going to replace your paper currency.”
Under a GOP bill on cash bail, "a large quantity of people who are accused of crimes, including anyone who even witnesses certain crimes, could now be detained and subject to bail."
Did former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton state that cash should be banned to combat climate change? No, that's not true: Clinton never made such an assertion during a speech in Gujarat, India, and Lead Stories has not found any proof
Quick Take Illinois’ new criminal justice law, known as the SAFE-T Act, would eliminate cash bail but allow a judge to detain anyone who is deemed a danger to others or a flight risk. Social media posts misleadingly claim tha
Is the television ratings and marketing company Nielsen offering $2,000 in financial assistance to consumers who sign up for downloads and survey participation? No, that's not true: The claim uses a domain address different from Nielsen's
Raphael Warnock "believes in no cash bail" and "letting people out of prison that are going to make us prisoners in our own home."
Can court case numbers be "cashed in" as U.S. savings bonds? No, that's not true: A Treasury Department spokesperson told Lead Stories this claim is "100% false." The claim appeared in a TikTok post on September 7, 2022. The caption is "#
Banks are closing down branches as people shift to online banking. Alternatives have been made for those wishing to carry out in-person transactions.
We found several Facebook posts from scammers that misleadingly claimed Mars and other celebrities were giving away $750 gift cards or even $10,000 in cash.
"I thought they were joking and laughed before I realized they were serious," the Reddit user who made the post said.
Says under his plan to end cash bail "the Waukesha perpetrator wouldn’t have been released "
Is Starbucks "going cashless" regarding payment options for customers as of August 2022? No, that's not true: The article seen in this particular post that includes comments made by the Starbucks CEO fails to disclose that the cashless op
While some franchises may choose not to accept cash, not all U.K. outlets will adopt the practice, Starbucks U.K. clarified.
A picture of a sign taken inside a Starbucks store read, "We're Going Cashless." A closer look hinted that there was more to the story.
“Starbucks just announced that they’re going cashless.”
Claims that the coffee chain is due to go cashless in October have been shared thousands of times.
“$1.5 billion of your taxpayer money is sitting in an account” that can be used for other purposes.
“Free health allowance is available at no cost.”
Two former Pennsylvania judges who orchestrated a scheme to send children to for-profit jails in exchange for kickbacks were ordered to pay more than $200 million.
There is no reliable medical evidence that supports the claim that cashews could be used as a replacement for any anti-depressant.
Did Dominion Voting Systems pay former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr millions in cash and stock awards, according to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings? No, that's not true: Barr has no documented financial connection with
Prince Charles' office has denied there was any wrongdoing in the heir to the British throne accepting bags full of cash as charity donations from a Qatari politician.
The Facebook posts promised $750 prizes in Cash App and used specific wording we've seen before from foreign scammers.