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Get payments via Chipper Cash Twitter Tip Jar
Get payments via Chipper Cash Twitter Tip Jar

What you need to know about the Chipper Cash Twitter Tip Jar

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Written by Christine
Updated over a week ago

We're excited to announce the integration of Chipper Cash with Twitter Tip Jar.

As a Twitter user, this is an easy way for any other Twitter user to make payments to your Chipper Cash account directly via your Twitter profile. That way, anyone on Twitter can tip you to show support, show appreciation, help out, or reward you.

You can read more on Twitter Tip Jar here.

Please note that you must be at least 18 years old to request, receive, or send tips via the Chipper Cash Twitter Tip Jar.

How can I set up Twitter Tip Jar on my Twitter profile?

  1. Go to your Twitter profile and tap Edit Profile

  2. Tap "Tips"(which will be turned off by default)

  3. Turn on Tip Jar

  4. Allow permission

  5. Select Chipper Cash

  6. Follow the on-screen instructions to integrate your Chipper Cash account using your Chipper tag(this can be found on your Chipper Profile page underneath the user name; it begins with"@")

Why can't I see the Tip Jar icon on my Twitter profile?

The first possibility would be that the Tip Jar feature is not available for your Country. However, we'd advise that you contact the Twitter support team for better help.

How can a Twitter user send me money via Chipper Cash Twitter Tip Jar?

Here are the steps below:

  1. The sender clicks your Chipper Cash Tip Jar link on your Twitter profile page

  2. Sender taps on Pay with Chipper. The sender will get redirected to a Chipper Cash web page. Please note that the sender needs to have a Chipper account to complete the payment. If he/she doesn't have a Chipper account, they can download one from Playstore.

  3. Enters amount

  4. Confirms amount before sending

  5. Transaction successful and you get the funds instantly in your Chipper Cash wallet

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