How to Send a Venmo Link

How to Send a Venmo Link

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Venmo has revolutionized the way we handle peer-to-peer transactions, making it incredibly easy to send and receive money. One of its useful features is the ability to create and share Venmo links. This article explains what a Venmo link is, the different types available, and provides a step-by-step guide on how to send one.

What is a Venmo Link?

A Venmo link, often referred to as a Venmo payment URL, is a personalized link associated with a Venmo account that allows for quick payments or requests between users.

By simply clicking on a Venmo link, users are directed to a payment page where they can either send or request money from the linked account.

This feature simplifies transactions, making them fast and hassle-free.

Types of Venmo Links

There are primarily two types of Venmo links:

  1. Payment Links: Direct users to a payment page where they can send money to the link owner. Ideal for businesses or individuals who frequently receive payments.
  2. Request Links: Allow the link owner to request a specific amount from anyone who clicks the link. Useful for situations where a set amount needs to be collected from multiple people, like splitting a dinner bill or collecting contributions for a group gift.
  3. Profile Links:

How to Send a Venmo Link

Here’s how to find and share your Venmo link:

  1. Open the Venmo app on your smartphone.
  2. Go to the “Me” tab by tapping your profile picture or initials.
  3. Your unique Venmo link will be displayed under your profile picture. It usually follows this format:
  4. Select the one of the sharing types and copy the URL to your clipboard.
  5. (Optional) Paste the URL into our free link shortener to create a custom link.


Venmo links streamline the process of sending and requesting money, providing a convenient solution for both personal and professional transactions.

By utilizing these links, you can ensure that payments are made swiftly and securely, enhancing the overall efficiency of financial interactions.