Messenger lets you instantly connect with the people you love.
With Facebook Pay, you can pay them back for dinner, split the cost of a gift — no matter the reason, sending money is as easy as sending a message.
Attach a payment just like you would with a photo or video. Payments process quickly and there are no fees to send or receive money.
Facebook Pay is an easy, secure way to pay in more places than ever. Simply open Messenger, add your payment information, create a PIN and you’re good to go.
Visit Facebook Pay settings to manage your payment methods and to view your transaction history — a list of the payments you’ve made with Facebook Pay on your connected apps.
To send money:
Start a message with the person you want to send money to.
and enter the amount you want to send.
Tap Pay or tap Next if you haven't added a debit card or PayPal to your account and follow the onscreen instructions.
To receive money:
If you've already added a debit card or PayPal to Facebook Pay, money sent to you is automatically accepted. You do not need to take any action.
If you do not have a payment method added, you’ll need to add a debit card or PayPal to Facebook Pay
From the Messenger homepage, open the conversation containing the payment.
Tap Add Debit Card and follow the onscreen instructions.
Keep in mind your bank may take up to 3 business days to make the money available to you.
No, Facebook won't charge you to send or receive money in Messenger. This feature is free for everyone to send money to friends and family.
Once you've added a payment method to your account, money is transferred right away, but your bank may take up to 3 business days to make it available to you. If you've received money but it hasn't appeared in your account after 3-5 business days, try contacting your bank by calling the number on the back of your payment card or reaching out to PayPal support.