Venmo's default security causes concern to users

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live)- Venmo is a popular mobile payment service that makes it easy for people to send others money.

But Venmo doesn't require a PIN or a Touch ID when transferring that money.

That makes it easy for people to take your money if your phone gets in the wrong hands.

There are a few steps you can do to protect yourself, and your money.

Go to settings and turn on Touch ID and PIN.

This requires you to type in a pin every time you send cash to someone.