Venmo is making a big change to its payment service


If you have a Venmo account to send and receive payments, there’s a big change to the service that you need to know about.

In an email to customers, the company made it clear that you’ll need to download the Venmo app to pay, charge and use other features. Website functionality is changing…

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Venmo is phasing out some web features 

“Venmo is phasing out some of the functionality on the website over the coming months. We are beginning to remove the ability to pay and charge someone on Over time, you may see less functionality on our website. We’ve updated our user agreement to reflect that the use of Venmo on the website may be limited.”

Venmo discontinues web support for pay and charge

One member of Team Clark still has the ability to pay and charge on, but another staffer no longer has that option and must use the app.

The Venmo app is available from the App Store or Google Play.

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