Facebook Messenger users in the U.K. and France will no longer be able to make peer-to-peer payments via the application as of June 15.
The feature will remain active for people in the U.S., as Facebook retains money transmitter licenses throughout the country.
People in the U.K. and France will still be able to make charitable donations via Messenger.
A Facebook spokesperson said, “We are terminating the ability to send and receive payments in Messenger in both the U.K. and France effective June 15. After evaluating how we give people the best experiences in Messenger, we made the decision to focus our efforts on experiences that people find most useful. Users have been notified in preparation for this change.”