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Adding and managing credit cards to Google Pay

Adding and managing credit cards to Google Pay

Google Pay, also known as GPay, has become a popular platform for bill payments and money transfers.

This digital wallet and payment system by Google enables contactless purchases via tablets, Android phones, and watches.

Here is the procedure to add a credit card to Google Pay in India:

  • To add a credit card to Google Pay, first download GPay on your mobile device.
  • Then open Google Pay and click on your profile picture to select ‘Bank Accounts and Cards’.
  • Click on‘Add card’ to enter your credit card number, expiry date, and CVV. 
  • Click on ‘Save’ after inputting your name and billing address. Also, you need to accept the issuer’s terms and conditions.
  • Google Pay will contact your bank to verify the credit card.
  • Authenticate the process via OTP by entering it and clicking on ‘Activate’ next to the credit card’s payment methods.
  • Assoon as the card is added to your G Pay account, you will see a confirmation message.

To link your credit card with UPI using Google Pay, follow these steps:

  • After tapping on the ‘Profile’ icon in the app, click on the Bank account option.
  • Select the add debit cardor credit card option, and enter all your details including card and billing address. 
  • Now,your card is ready, and you can make payments using your linked credit card.

If you want to remove a credit card from Google Pay, follow these steps:

Select the credit card you want to remove in payment methods which is visible under settings. After selecting, simply click on the remove card option.

Google Pay makes managing your payment methods simple and convenient. Adding, linking, and removing credit cards can be done in just a few steps, ensuring a seamless payment experience.

Whether you’re making in-person or online purchases, Google Pay provides a secure and efficient way to handle your transactions.

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