Facebook wants to be Facebank too

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Facebook is close to receiving approval in Ireland to offer financial services to users. Facebook users would be able to store money on the social networking system and use it to pay for purchases, Financial Times reports. Facebook also has held talks with three London companies that offer international money transfer services.

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