How to cancel Apple Pay Cash from your iPhone and iPad

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With iOS 11.2, Apple finally made Apple Pay Cash an essential part of the company’s mobile operating system. In reality, Apple Pay Cash was previously debuted at the WWDC developer conference back in June. However, it was nowhere to be found in the final build of iOS 11.

Apple Pay Cash is Apple’s peer-to-peer payment service that lets users to send and receive money with their friends and family through Messages. With watchOS 4.2, Apple Pay Cash officially hits Apple Watch, allowing users to send money to a contact from their wrist.

However, if you have mistakenly sent money to a contact, you can easily cancel it from your iPhone and iPad. The process is not straightforward, but we are here to help

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to cancel Apple Pay Cash from your iPhone and iPad. Before we begin, make sure you are now running iOS 11.2.

How to cancel Apple Pay Cash from your iPhone and iPad

Step one: First off, launch the Messages app from your home screen and then head to payment (If you now use an iPad, launch the Settings app > Wallet & Apple Pay > Apple Pay Cash > Transactions)

Step two: Next up, hit Payment and then head to the Status section. After that, hit Cancel Payment to proceed

Step three: Now just simply tap on Status field updates to say Cancelled (Note that you will not be able to cancel the payment if your friend has accepted your money, so make it quick).

How to reject Apple Pay Cash in iOS 11.2

Apple Pay Cash includes the option to reject the payment. The process is pretty simple and we will show you how in the section below.

Step one: Launch Wallet app from your home screen and then select Apple Pay Cash

Step two: Now simply hit the  “i” button and then select the Transactions tab

Step three: Once you are in, look for the payment you wish to reject and then hit Reject Payment to complete the task.

Also read: How to set up and use Lost mode on your iPhone

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