To help keep your account secure, we verify your information before processing payments. Most payments are reviewed within 24 hours.
How long does it take messenger to process a payment?
Users just hit a small “$” icon that now appears in Messenger and type in the amount they want to transfer. Facebook says the money is sent right away, although it may take one to three days to show up in your bank.
Are Facebook payments instant?
Receiving Money Via Facebook Messenger
The money is transferred instantly; the notification simply lets you know it is on the way. When a friend sends you money on Facebook and you have yet to provide your debit card info, the notification you receive upon payment from your friend includes an Add Card button.
What does pending mean on Facebook pay?
The pending means that the item you are looking for is not currently available.
How do I know if my Facebook payment went through?
In the top left of Facebook, tap your profile picture. Scroll down and tap Settings and then select Facebook Pay. You have a few choices for the types of payment history you can see: To see a list of your recent game payments, tap Facebook Pay then tap Payment History.
Can a Facebook payment be reversed?
No, you can’t cancel a payment you sent in Messenger. Once you have an accepted payment method linked to your account, any money you send is transferred right away. If you send money to someone in Messenger by mistake, you can: Ask them to send the money back to you.
Which is better PayPal or Facebook pay?
Facebook Pay is easier to set up. PayPal works in more countries. Facebook Pay doesn’t charge fees. PayPal doesn’t require a Facebook account.
Why is Facebook pay not showing up?
Your payment method is missing when you don’t have a valid payment method on your ad account. To troubleshoot the missing payment method, you can try one of these options: Make sure that your payment is accepted: We accept many currencies and payment methods from around the world.
What does paid pending mean?
Pending means a transaction to withdraw money from or add money to your account has been submitted but isn’t complete.