Facebook to offer monthly payments for non-US customers
Facebook is set to roll out a new payment model for US users.
The social media giant said it would start offering monthly payments starting this month for US customers who do not live in the country.
The new payments, which could be used to cover things like rent, bills and utilities, will be paid by users in the US but will be credited to their credit cards.
The company also plans to offer a separate card that will allow US users to withdraw their own funds at a specific bank in their home country.
Facebook says that users will be able to set up accounts with the new payment method once the US launch is complete.
The move is part of a broader push by the social network to provide more secure and secure online services to its users in countries like the US, China and India.
The payments are being introduced after Facebook was forced to suspend payments for US citizens living in India following the mass shooting at the popular tourist site in June.
Facebook also said it was working with local banks to create a unified payment method for US consumers.
“For our US users, we have a new, secure payment option for a new era in online payments.
We’re thrilled to be rolling out this new payment option to the U.S. and we’re working with the U,S.
Secret Service to ensure this works well for all of our users,” said Chris Cox, chief operating officer at Facebook.
“In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing more details about this payment method and will update this post with more details as they become available.”
Facebook’s payment system, dubbed the Facebook Payment Card, was launched in 2014.
It allows users to pay by using a smartphone or tablet or in a mobile app.
The payments will be available to users living in the United States as well as those in the following countries: Canada, Mexico, the U (excluding the U-S.
Virgin Islands), Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, Ireland, Norway(excluding the Isle of Man), Norway, the United Kingdom and Switzerland.