There is no need for Facebook users in India to stop posting and chatting just because they have to do some banking. ICICI Bank, which claims the title of the “largest private-sector bank in India,” has an application for Facebook fans that just hate to spend time away from the site.
Not long after an Australian bank announced that it planned to offer the ability to send money and pay bills through Facebook, American financial giant Citibank posted an interesting message to its Facebook page, asking fans if they would bank through Facebook, if given the chance.
It’s no secret that Facebook is trying to become a destination site, where you do pretty much everything possible online through the social network. According to CNN/Fortune, you might soon be able to do your banking on Facebook, too.
Caleb Smith, director of new media for the Congressional Committee on Financial Services, shared exclusively with us the approach used to launch timeline.
A British man hacked his neighbors’ bank accounts for more than $57,000 using their personal information shared on Facebook.