You can now send and receive money in Facebook Messenger with PayPal

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Moreover, the utilization of PayPal can also be made in shopping on Messenger and booking rides through various ride-hailing services.

Since there are more people who are into Facebook and its Messenger app, they are expecting something new everyday from the giant.

PayPal users in the USA will now be able to send and receive person-to-person payments over Facebook Messenger, the company announced this morning.

This PayPal bot will assist people in having helpful interactions with the customer service for jobs like resetting passwords, help needed for payments or refunds issues and handling account related queries.

"Starting today, we'll be rolling out the ability to use your PayPal account to send or request money, right from Messenger".

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For the first quarter, PayPal reported a net income of $384 million, or 32 cents per share, while revenue jumped 17% to $2.975 billion, year-over-year.

In the meantime, Facebook has also signed a partnership with PayPal for the integration of the e-payment service and the Messenger. By adding Facebook's platform, they will get even more familiar environment to get things done.

Open your Facebook Messenger app. To send or request money, just tap the blue colored + icon and then tap on the green colored $ icon. Once you tap on it, follow the step by step instructions provided to you in order to send the funds. It'll bring up two options and you can just move on with PayPal from there. Facebook messenger has always supported to send money back via its platform from some time.

Meanwhile, PayPal also introduced a customer service bot for Messenger, allowing you to seamlessly receive payment and account support directly in the messaging app. You will then be asked to link your PayPal account or you credit/debit card. The feature launches today for U.S. users. More performance enhancements are expected to come off in the next few days.