How to send money over Gmail?
ttopp 9 weeks ago
Is there a way to send money to someone directly over Gmail? If so, what is the process for doing so? I read an article about a new service that “competes with Gmail’s money transfer service.” I had no idea that such a service exists, assuming the article was accurate. It would seem that an integrated way to combine email communication and financial transactions in one step would be more widely known.
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