Now you can easily exchange money on facebook Messenger,It is a great thing for freelancers and online business and you can exchange money between friends and family too.Because PayPal on Friday announced the immediate availability of its peer-to-peer payment service
2.5 million PayPal customers allowed by Facebook in the U.S. to connect their accounts with Messenger and use PayPal to shop on Messenger, as well as to communicate with other PayPal users.
PayPal has also introduced its first-ever customer service bot, which provides Messenger customers payment and account support right in the app.
Further, “the new PayPal bot for Messenger will enable people to have meaningful customer service interactions,” she told the E-Commerce Times, “such as resetting passwords, handling account inquiries, and helping with refunds or payment issues so they can handle their business in the context they are in.”
This customer service bot will also enable people to have meaningful customer service interactions such as resetting passwords, handling account inquiries, and helping with refunds or payment issues so they can handle their business in the context they are in.
PayPal previously entered deals with Apple’s Siri to do transactions with voice commands, Niczewicz noted. It also partnered with Microsoft to allow money to be sent using Skype’s chat function.
To do transactions with voice commands PayPal entered deal with Apple’s Siri and to to allow money to be sent using Skype’s chat function ,PayPal also partnered with Microsoft.
Chatbots help customers deal with straightforward transactions like reorders, sending gift cards or paying bills.
Facebook has adopted a strategy of creating a broad consumer technology platform and working to keep users within it by offering services through Messenger.

How to use this Paypal Service Bot

Payments can be made in Messenger by pressing the blue plus icon when composing a message and then tapping the green payments button.
To use the bot, customers can look for PayPal in the search field, type a message to PayPal, and the bot will appear inside the Messenger app. Customers needing further help can choose to connect to live PayPal customer service.