How Do I Enable WhatsApp Payment?

WhatsApp Payment is a feature in the messaging app WhatsApp that allows users to send and receive money in a secure and convenient way. With this feature, users can send money to other contacts in their list, make purchases online, pay bills, and more. The feature is currently available in India, Brazil, and Mexico.

To use WhatsApp Payment, users must first set up their payment method. This can be done by logging into the app and navigating to Settings > Payments > Add Payment Method. From here, users can add a debit card or an UPI ID (Unified Payments Interface).

For debit cards, the user must enter their card details including the card number, expiry date and CVV number. For UPI IDs, the user must enter their UPI ID which is usually an alphanumeric code with @paytm or @upi at the end of it. Once added, users will be asked to verify their payment method by entering a one-time password sent to their registered mobile number or email address.

Once the payment method has been verified, users can start using WhatsApp Payment. To do so they will need to open any conversation with another contact who also has WhatsApp Payment enabled on their account.

The user will then see a “Pay” option at the bottom of the conversation window which they can click on to initiate the payment process. Once clicked on, they will have to enter the amount they wish to send as well as select their payment method (debit card/UPI ID). They will then have to confirm their payment by entering a 4-digit PIN.

In conclusion, enabling WhatsApp Payment is quite simple and straightforward as it only requires adding your payment method and verifying it before you are able to start sending and receiving money through this service. Once you have done this initial setup process you can quickly send money with just a few taps directly from your device.