How to Pay Your Friends in Facebook Messenger

David Marcus

David Marcus

Meanwhile, PayPal has introduced its customer service bot for Messenger that will enable customer service interactions, including resetting passwords, handling account inquiries, etc. You can access the feature the same way you'd pay with a card.

Starting Friday, Messenger users in the USA who log in with their PayPal accounts can use the popular messaging platform to send and request money to one another.

In 2016, PayPal tied up with Facebook Messenger to allow more than 2.5 million USA customers to to shop on Messenger using PayPal and enable Messenger as a means of communication between PayPal users.

Meanwhile, PayPal also introduced a customer service bot for Messenger, allowing you to seamlessly receive payment and account support directly in the messaging app.

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Paying back your friends is getting even easier.

You'll be able to use your PayPal account to send money to either one person or to a group of people (a feature that was added earlier this year), and it's available to use starting today (October 20) for users in the United States. PayPal can be chosen to be the default option for all transactions made within the Messenger app, claims the payment service company.

PayPal has also launched a customer bot which will essentially escort a user and assist him in sending and receiving funds. You just have to tap on the '+' icon in the Messenger app and tap on the green '$' symbol in the next menu. If you have been using a different methods to send money on Messenger, select Change button to change it to PayPal. For any further need, you can take notes. It'll bring up two options and you can just move on with PayPal from there.

If a specific individual has more than one means of payment attached to their PayPal account, from credit/debit cards and bank account, he or she will be given an option to choose the account that they want to receive or send funds from. But it would soon be available also on Android. Let us know down in the comments.

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