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Failure to comply with the Meta Pay Acceptable Use Policy may result in a variety of consequences, including, but not limited to, suspension, termination, or disablement of access to Meta Pay or other Meta , Instagram, or WhatsApp products or features. If you repeatedly violate our policies, we may take additional action. Meta reserves the right to reject or approve any transaction for any reason at any time, in our sole discretion. Meta also reserves the right at any time to disable Meta Pay transactions on your websites for any reason we deem prudent.
You may not use Meta Pay to facilitate any transactions involving:
Products prohibited by the Meta Commerce Policies;
Credit repair or debt settlement services;
Real property, annuities or lottery contracts, lay-away systems, off-shore banking, or Transactions to finance or refinance debts funded by a credit card;
A staged digital wallet, such as where a second payment is conducted in order to complete the first transaction or where there is a substitute merchant of record in a Transaction; or
Products or services identified by governmental agencies as likely to be fraudulent.