Facebook Pay is official: a multiplatform payment method
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Facebook's plan to achieve a greater control over the expanding divisions of its parent company It is not a secret. This was first reported when conversations about the unification of the messaging infrastructure of WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger emerged. Then the company made his brand very prominent within these services. With this they reminded users of the base brand under which all these services operate. Now, taking advantage of the same well-known brand, Facebook launches Facebook Pay, a new Payment system for WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook.
Facebook Pay claims to be a convenient method of payment and sure which provides a consistent payment experience on Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp. Facebook Pay facilitate the existing transaction habits on Facebook. The company states that ensure that payment information is safe and secure. However, the highlight for the average user is the "convenience and consistency" of the experience. In the process they can add your payment method once and then use it in all the mentioned services, simplifying the process.
With Facebook Pay, users can:
- Add a preferred payment method once and make it available for use in all Facebook applications.
- Choose to configure the service application by application or in all applications. This means that Facebook does not automatically configure it in the user's active applications unless the user decides to do so.
- View payment history, manage payment methods and update settings in one place.
- Get real-time customer support through live chat in the United States.
The method of payment Start implementing on Facebook and Facebook Messenger this week in the US UU. Start using for fundraisers, game payments, event tickets, regular person-to-person payments on Messenger and purchases on selected pages and businesses on the Facebook Marketplace. In the near future, FB Pay be available for more regions and for more services like Instagram and WhatsApp.
The service is compatible with most major credit and debit cardsas well as with PayPal. Facebook also clarifies that this new service It is independent of the Calibra Wallet that will run on the Libra network. At the moment there are no details about when to reach the service to other territories.
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