Hi. I’m Max Dalton, and in this video I’m going
to talk through how to set up payments in Facebook Messenger. Facebook added a Payments feature to its Messenger
application in March 2015. Facebook Messenger Payments lets you send
money to friends, or receive money from Facebook friends via a connected debit card. The service is encrypted, and can be set up
to required either a personal identification number or Touch ID before any transactions
are initiated. To start using Facebook Messenger Payments
you have to associated a debit card with your Messenger account, which can be done within
your Facebook Messenger settings. And now, the steps to set up Payments in Facebook
Messenger. Step 1. Launch the Facebook Messenger app on your
smart device. Step 2. Tap your profile image that appears in the
upper left corner of the screen. The Me profile window appears. Step 3. Select “Payents.” The Payments screen appears. Step 4. Tap “Add New Debit Card” in the Payment Methods
section. The New Debit Card window appears. Step 5. Enter your debit card number, the month and
year associated with the expiration date, security code, and billing ZIP code. Tap the blue “Save” button in the upper right
corner after entering that information. You’ll be returned to the Payments screen,
where you’ll see the debit card you just entered information for listed in the Payment Methods
section. Step 6. Scroll down to the Security section, and then
tap “PIN.” The Create PIN window appears, where you’ll
be prompted to create a 4-digit personal identification number. Step 7. Enter a 4-digit PIN, and then enter the same
4-digit PIN again when prompted. You’ll be returned to the Payments screen,
where a message will appear informating you that you’ll need to enter your PIN every time
you try to send money. Step 8. Slide the circle in the toggle to the right
of Touch ID to the right side of the toggle if you want to enable Touch ID. Enter your PIN when prompted to verify your
identity. A message appears informing you that you’ll
be able to use Touch ID to verify your identity the next time you try to send money, rather
than entering your PIN.