Payween users can interact with other Payween users on the system. Among them, the Timed and Limited Limit Sharing Option is the most important feature. The Payween user will be able to see the Limits that he has requested from the other Payween user or allocated to him without requesting it, on the application. These limits can also be used easily in Payween member businesses when the person does not have a phone, credit card or cash with them. This process is not much different from a normal Payween Payment, but an important security protocol comes into play here. According to that protocol, if you choose to Pay with the Limit that comes to you as a payment method, you will need to enter an additional Verification Code for that limit. So, if you need to move forward from the beginning; First, you have limited access to your Payween account by introducing your fingerprint to terminal or tablet-like devices belonging to the merchant. Afterwards, you choose the option to pay with the Limit Card and approve it. Here, you select the Limit card and the amount of payment you will make is below the limit amount defined for you. Thus, you entered and confirmed your 4-digit verification and Limit Card access password, which was previously presented to you by the system. As the last transaction, you completed the transaction with your 4-digit PIN code that you defined in your system. And the transaction was carried out successfully. That’s all. You have now made your payment with the limit of a card belonging to someone else.