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  • Facebook Messenger dabbles in payments
  • Facebook Messenger dabbles in payments
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Facebook Messenger dabbles in payments

While Apple Pay waits for its moment in the spotlight, Facebook may be planning a side swipe to take Apple of their feet. A recent exploitation of Facebook's Messenger app has revealed that it is poised to offer the ability to send payments via the app.

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