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Digital payments have changed the way we pay for anything - brick and mortar stores, online stores, local merchants, friends and family, bill payments, mobile recharges and more. E-Wallets and Payment Apps have flooded the Indian market in recent years. Google Pay, Paytm, Phone Pe, Amazon Pay, Jio Pay are just some of the popular ones.
Google Pay comes from the renowned technology house of Google. It is a financial service app that allows users to make bill payments & money transfers directly from their bank accounts. Google Pay is projected as ‘The simplest way of sending money to your family, recharging your mobile or paying your street corner tea shop uncle’.
About Google Pay
Google Pay was originally launched as ‘Android Pay’ in 2015. It became Google Pay in 2018. It is marketed as a mobile payment platform and an electronic wallet built by Google to facilitate in-app purchases and tap-to-pay transactions on mobile devices, allowing users to make payments on Android phones, tablets or watches.
You can pay the merchants using the QR Code, their Phone number or Bank Account numbers with IFSC Code. Google Pay takes advantage of physical verification, such as fingerprint ID, where available. Google Pay is enabled with a passcode on smartphones without a fingerprint ID. When a customer makes a payment to a retailer, Google Pay does not include the customer's account details with the transaction. Instead, it creates a virtual account number that represents the details of the user's account. This system keeps customer payment records confidential and provides a one-time authentication code instead of a card or device data.
It is very simple to set up your Google Pay account. Follow these steps to start experiencing lighting fast money transfers and secure bill payments today!
You can use Google Pay to transfer money to friends and family in India through your smartphone. You're going to need an internet service, an Indian bank account and an Indian phone number.
You can send money to a person using one of the following details:
Once you have pulled up the correct contact to whom you want to transfer the money, follow these simple steps to initiate the transfer:
You can make bill payments to a number of billers across the country. They include mobile postpaid bills, DTH connections, electricity, water, gas, insurance and many more.
Google Pay allows you to check various plans and offers from your mobile operator, so that you can choose the best plan before you recharge. Here are the steps to recharge your mobile number –
There is no limit on the number of bank accounts you can add to your Google Pay account. The important point is, all these bank accounts should be linked to the mobile number linked to your Google Pay account. Also, the SIM card with the phone number should be the one on the mobile phone you have installed the Google Pay app.
Once you have added the bank account, if you want to remove a particular account or card, follow these steps:
1. The amount was deducted from my bank account, but the transaction failed at the last step. What should I do?
Payments may usually take up 3 business days to be processed. Please wait till then and check your bank statement to see if the money has been reversed.
2. I am unable to add my bank account to Google Pay. What do I do?
Google Pay works with all banks that support UPI. Just check if your bank supports UPI Payments.
3. How safe is Google Pay?
Google Pay safeguards your privacy by integrating high-quality security functionality from Google Pay to help detect theft, avoid hacking, and secure your identity. Your Google Pay information is held on encrypted servers in a remote location and is supervised by the Google team at all times. If you believe there has been a case of theft or illegal activity in your account, please contact Google Pay immediately. You can also call the bank to contest any charges arising from an illegal transaction.
4. How can I check my bank account balance through Google Pay?
Google Pay allows you to check your bank account balance on the Google Pay App.
5. Is there a limit on the amount of money I can transfer in a day?
Yes, there is a limit on the amount of money and the number of money transfer transactions you can carry out in a day using Google Pay.
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