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ZipZilla

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I've tried searching everywhere and turning everything off. On ios 17.4.1 and every time somebody types in a dollar amount in imessage, it brings up the Apple Pay spam bar.

Any way to get rid of it?
 

HDFan

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Are you referring to this message when you tap on the amount?

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HDFan

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It isn't spam. It is Apple "convenience". They are making it "easier" for you to make payments in messages.
 
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NoBoMac

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Is it a way to bring up Apple Pay? I have never seen this but it does look like it's something similar to emoji suggestions when typing in something like "lol". Won't this just put in an emoji-fied "Apple Pay"?

If so, can maybe try disabling emoji suggestions under Keyboard settings. Otherwise, yeah, short of turning off all suggestions, stuck with it.
 
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GGJstudios

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May 16, 2008
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We can't see your last message... I'm guessing it doesn't contain a monetary value.
(Or it's possible that you're outside of the US, where Apple Cash isn't available.)

Text something like "You owe me $7" and report back.
I am in the U.S. and have Apple Cash. Are you saying the Apple Pay suggestion only shows up if you first send a text with a dollar amount? If that's the case, it's working as designed, to facilitate you sending or requesting the recipient send you money using Apple Cash.
 

Ntombi

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I am in the U.S. and have Apple Cash. Are you saying the Apple Pay suggestion only shows up if you first send a text with a dollar amount? If that's the case, it's working as designed, to facilitate you sending or requesting the recipient send you money using Apple Cash.
That’s exactly what it is. I get it, ignore it, and it goes away immediately. I wouldn’t at all liken it to spam!
 
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