Tuesday, October 25, 2016

With Facebook Messenger, You Can Now Send And Receive Money Via PayPal

Facebook Messenger now lets you 'send' as well as 'receive' money with your PayPal account as it now supports PayPal transactions.

Before this development, Messenger only supports transactions via debit cards but this update brings PayPal to the line. We all know that PayPal is one of the most accepted payment platform globally although they restricted some countries (including Nigeria) from receiving funds from it.

With this new feature, you will get payment notifications delivered to you within the Messenger app once a transaction is done.

Unfortunately, this feature is currently only available in the United States of America and we hope it will spread across other countries in short time (including Nigeria).

"This collaboration continues to showcase our march to be a customer champion," said Bill Ready, EVP, Chief Operating Officer, PayPal. source

9 comments:

  1. Nice information. I will be the happiest guy the day PayPal will accept paying Nigerians

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  2. Please does payza works in Nigeria for both accepting and sending payment?

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  3. Wizy please add this number to the swisscoin whatsapp groups: 08102584948....have they issued the swisscoin mastercard to investors like they promised to do in this month, and have investors been able to withdraw their earnings from it....thanks as always, you are the best

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  4. Make PayPal allow Nigerians to receive funds jare

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  5. PayPal just dey dull my way to make money. to be a Nigerian be like hell. get job here na war only opportunities for us which is online job, most good ones we are restricted.

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  6. Get Now $18,354.97 In My PayPal Balance
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  7. Nice development but let's pray that Nigeria should be included in the list of countries

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