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Sunday, 22 October 2017

You Can Now Forward Paypal Money Through FB Messenger

Facebook and PayPal have worked out a relationship that will allow Facebook users to send money right through the messaging platform. Facebook Messenger users can now send and request money directly in the app via their PayPal accounts.

This feature was already available to Skype users few months back and BBM few years back. Now, it's FB messenger turn.
The ability to send and request money in Messenger gives people more choice and more convenient ways to get things done in different contexts.

According to Wikipedia , PayPal is an American company operating a worldwide online payments system that supports online money transfers and serves as an electronic alternative to traditional paper methods like checks and money orders.

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Popular social network app, Facebook Messenger, now has a new feature that integrates the ability to send and request money on PayPal right inside the app. Anyone will be able to send Paypal money using Messenger without any country restrictions.

How to Transfer PayPal Money Using Facebook Messenger

  1. Login to your Facebook messenger account
  2. When composing a message in Messenger, tap on the 'blue plus icon'
  3. Select the 'green Payments button' to quickly send or request money
  4. Now you can choose PayPal as your funding source when making a person-to-person (P2P) payment with their Messenger contacts.

At this moment, the peer-to-peer payments system is only available in the U.S. to iOS user for now. Android users and the rest of the world will get theirs with time.

Additionally, PayPal customers can now use a customer service chat bot in Messenger allowing them to reset passwords, handle account inquiries and helping with payment issues in the app.

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