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To be clear, I haven't actually connected Paypal to Facebook messenger. I would NEVER do this, it's an all-around terrible idea to give access to financial records to a company like Facebook, who's entire business is based on mining and exploiting an individuals persional data.
However, every single time I make a Paypal transaction I get the pop-up prompting me to link them and the big shiny blue button is scarily deceptive. Unless you stop and read the details of every part of that pop-up, it's very easy to assume that it's a "click here to authorise your transaction" button instead.
My question is, how do I get Paypal to stop asking me this with every transaction? If you look at the message, the prompts are "Agree" or "Not Now".
It's not even a case of "No thanks" or "I don't want this" it's "I don't want this now so keep asking me over and over again."
I need a "I don't want this and I don't want you to ask me again" button. Or more accurately, a "Hell NO!! Not now or ever. Never ask this crazy question again!" button.
How do I stop facebook from constantly nagging me about this terrible feature?
Only way I can see to avoid this is to stop using PayPal. I used to be an advocate, but trying to integrate facebook, which I hate, with PayPal means I hate PayPal too....so sad, I used to love them.