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catvalencia
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catvalencia,
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6/28/2014 | 7:29:15 AM
re: Facebook Floats Mobile Payment Service
Exactly my thouhts Thomas.I'm not against facebook or anysocial media networks but I dont find them trustworthy for mibile payment transaction. Cash is still the best. I might also choose bitcoin over Facebook, seriously. Or if not, just stick to PayPal; Google Wallet is very efficient and convenient as well.
KMBurnham
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KMBurnham,
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8/16/2013 | 12:17:35 PM
re: Facebook Floats Mobile Payment Service
And easier way to pay for online purchases will probably be appealing to many people, but I don't think Facebook is the right place. Its past privacy problems weigh too heavily on its users.
OtherJimDonahue
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8/16/2013 | 12:13:30 PM
re: Facebook Floats Mobile Payment Service
"Under the terms of the trial, Facebook users
who've supplied their credit card information to Facebook will be able
make purchases on JackThreads with but a few clicks"

I've seen WAY too many friends' Facebook accounts get hacked to make that even slightly appealing.
Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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8/15/2013 | 8:22:40 PM
re: Facebook Floats Mobile Payment Service
Every time I read about a new mobile payment solution, I find cash more appealing.


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