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Facebook, quite literally, now wants your money

Facebook Pay joins an increasingly crowded market for online payment, with Google launching banking services next year

Facebook is rolling out Facebook Pay this week, supporting payments via its Messenger and Facebook platforms. Support for payments over WhatsApp and Instagram are promised "over time", but no firm ...

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