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Facebook Messenger payment platform now available to all in the U.S.

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 30 Jun 2015 22:37

Facebook Messenger payment platform now available to all in the U.S. Following its initial rollout to users in New York City, Facebook's Messenger payment platform is now available to all U.S. users.
Says the company: "To pay friends via Messenger, all you have to do is add a debit card so you can pay straight from your checking account without fees. To request payments, simply type the dollar amount and it will hyperlink users to a payment window. Alternatively, you can click the coin icon below the text box."

Facebook recommends keeping your checking accounts synced to Messenger (of course they do), but if you do not feel comfortable doing so you can enter your information anytime you make or receive a payment.

Notably, you do not even need a Facebook account any longer to use Messenger, making it even easier to pay your friends.

Messenger P2P Payments

We're happy to announce that Messenger person-to-person payments are now available to everyone in the U.S.! Add your Debit Card and pay anyone on Messenger in a few taps. Money goes straight from your checking account to the recipient's checking account. Easy and safe. As always, give it a try it and let us know how we can make even better for you!

Posted by David Marcus on Tuesday, June 30, 2015


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