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How to Easily Send Paypal Money Using Facebook Messenger

It no news that PayPal placed restrictions on some countries –including Nigeria– from receiving funds. This made me lose few dollars sometimes ago. But finally, you can now request or easily send Paypal Money using Facebook Messenger. This post will be discussing How to Easily Send Paypal Money Using Facebook Messenger.

 

How to Easily Send Paypal Money Using Facebook Messenger

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How to Easily Send Paypal Money Using Facebook Messenger

What is PayPal?

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.

How to Easily Send Paypal Money Using Facebook Messenger

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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.

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Easily Send Paypal Money

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How to Send 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.

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This new Paypal integration with Messenger is currently available in the USA, and only to iOS users. Hopefully, the feature will be released to Android users and the rest of the world soon.

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