Facebook Pay

A seamless, secure way to pay on the apps you already use

People already use payments across Facebook's apps to shop, donate to causes and send money to each other. Facebook Pay will make these transactions easier while continuing to ensure payment information is secure and protected.
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If data is a person's most valuable commodity and FB have consistently proven they can't be trusted with it, why would I ever consider using their payments system for my money? Not touching this with a ten foot pole πŸ™…β€β™‚οΈ
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@cfowlerdesign boomers will sadly throw all of their savings into this and pledge by this. Don't be surprised your family members sending you Christmas money through Facebook pay πŸ˜‚
@cfowlerdesign Your not but i'll bet consumers do in droves...
"The way you pay and manage payments on Messenger and Facebook is now called Payments" So, with my tinfoil hat on, this was going to be the play for Libra all along β€” Facebook Pay would be the consumer brand and Libra would enable it to work w/o banking partners (or their fees)... the question is... did Facebook's Libra partners know that this was coming? Also curious to see how things have evolved since Facebook Pay was first launched five years ago!
@chrismessina https://www.theverge.com/2019/11... it reads like this was, as a matter of fact, in response to them dropping from Libra!?
oh god, no! please, NO! i don't trust facebook
please add downvote button especially for this product
You sold our data , got hacked , partecipated in elections manipulations . Why the hell we need to give you our financial informations ? I will sit here , watching you in bankruptcy because noone want to use any of your products.
@rektzero They have whatsapp and instagram.
So what happend to all the promises of Libra? I'm up for innovation and Product Hunt is a great platform for it, but I don't think that after Cabrdige analytica and Libra, Facebook need to deal with other people money...
@jolenegriggs This is them validating the market pre-libra. Reading comments from ProductHunt, Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, and HackerNews is starting to convince me FB is beyond f--ked here... The public is going to follow heads lines and bring up 2016 no matter how much damage control they do. Facts do not matter. Cancel culture is going after Zuck.
@jolenegriggs most of Facebook's partners dropped out of the effort.