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Just Sayin': You Can't Delete Your Venmo History, But Here's How To Hide It

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Just Sayin': You Can't Delete Your Venmo History, But Here's How To Hide It

2019-11-07 05:35:49

The Venmo app is a great, easy way to transfer money between people. Done through a smartphone, it allows people to split bills without handing out cash or writing checks. But according to Business Insider, you can't delete your Venmo history. For some, that's a problem! However, you can make all of your transactions private. Start by going into the Settings section of Venmo. Go into "Privacy," then "Past Transactions," and "More. Tap Change All to Private, and confirm. You can also hide specific Venmo transactions by going to the individual transaction and choosing to make it private.

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