Hi!, have you ever wanted to make an online payment or transfer some money to a friend or anyone for a business or product, but don’t know the quick way to do it?
Although there are plenty ways to make online payment or send and receive money online from anyone whether family or friends, some of of those ways takes a very long procedure that sometimes it gets to be really frustrating and discouraging.
In order to help avoid such frustrations, Facebook has launched its own Payment feature known as the Facebook pay app.
The Facebook pay App feature is used on the Facebook messenger platform. It works perfectly on both the Facebook messenger app and Facebook messenger website .
Go through this article to the end, it is going to show you how to send and receive money with the Facebook pay feature.
Facebook Payment Account Setup
There is no Facebook pay app but a Facebook pay feature. The Facebook pay allow users to make payments, send and receive money across the Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram.
Through the Facebook pay app feature you can easily make payments using your debit or credit card.
You can make payments for things like; fundraisers, in-game purchases, person to person payments, event tickets, and a few pages on Facebook Marketplace.
Sending and Receiving Money with Facebook Pay
The most important advantage of sending and receiving money through the Facebook pay app is that, it is stress-free.
If you have only been using the Facebook messenger app for chatting with friends and families, then you definitely do not know much about the app. There are a lot of features packed into the app, just like this Facebook Pay.
Also See: Free Facebook Marketplace Buy and Sell
Facebook pay feature can be accessed through the messenger app or website. Meaning that you can use the Facebook pay on any device not only with the mobile devices.
How to Send Money with the Facebook Messenger
Follow the following process to send money via the Facebook pay app, .
- Open your Facebook messenger app and start a conversation with the person you want to send money to.
- Tap the dollar “$” icon.
- Enter the amount you wish to send
- Tap “Next” and the money will immediately be on its way to the receiver’s account
However, if you cannot find the $ icon contact Facebook customer care about it.
The first time you make any payment via the messenger app, you will be required to provide funding information.
Submitting the information is quite easy while going through the payment process. You can always change the funding process by updating your payment settings.
During the payment process, you have the choice to either make use of your debit card number or your PayPal account.
How to Receive Money With Facebook Messenger
Receiving money via Facebook messenger is as easy as the sending process, and it is also free.
When money is sent to you through Facebook messenger, notification will be sent to you by Facebook immediately.
If you have a Paypal or debit card linked to your Facebook account, the money will be sent into any of them immediately.
And in a case you do not any of them linked to your Facebook account, you will required to provide the details to Facebook immediately, and then your money will be wired into it.
How To Create A Free Facebook Account
Important info, to send and receive money via Facebook pay, both the sender and the receiver must have an account with Facebook.
However if you or the person you want to send money to is not yet a registered user of Facebook, you might want to create one for free.
Follow these steps below to create a Facebook account for free.
- Go to http://www.facebook.com/r.php. Or open the mobile app on your device
- Enter your name, email or mobile phone number, password, date of birth, and gender at their appropriate places.
- Click on the Sign Up button.
- To finish creating your account, check your email or phone inbox, depending on which ever one you used to create the account, to confirm your new Facebook account.
That is simply all on how to send and receive money through the Facebook messenger.
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