In terms of where Facebook users will be able to send cash, it looks like the United Kingdom will be the first non-US country Messenger Payments will be rolled out in. However, all the major banks and credit card companies are taking part.
Facebook is looking to roll out its Messenger payments service across Europe.
Additionally, Messenger P-to-P can only be linked to a debit card, and while the transaction occurs instantly, the settlement of funds can still take 1-3 business days depending on the connected financial institution.
Since Google recently launched its wallet application, Tez, in India and considering the digitasation emphasis of the Indian government, we won't be surprised if Facebook brings the service to Indian shores too.
When it comes to sending a payment, all users need to do is tap the "new payments" icon and enter the amount that they wish to transfer to their pal.
So you'll be able to link when you sent over money to the relevant conversation with that person and also avoid the embarassment of having to chase them up for money if they owe you.
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