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  • How to Add Credit Card in Google Pay

    Google Pay has become a common platform which people use to make bill payments and transfer money. Also known as ‘G Pay’, this is a digital wallet and a payment system by Google. The app enables in-person and online, contactless purchases via tablets, Android phones, and watches.

    Steps on How to Add Credit Card in Google Pay India

    • Step 1: First, download G Pay on your mobile.
    • Step 2: Once you open Google Pay, click on your profile picture.
    • Step 3: Select ‘Bank Accounts and Cards'.
    • Step 4: Now, click on ‘Add card.
    • Step 5: Type in your credit card number, the expiry date, and the CVV.
    • Step 6: Now enter your name and the billing address.
    • Step 7: Click on ‘Save’.
    • Step 8: Click on ‘Accept issuer Terms & conditions’.
    • Step 9: Google Pay will contact your bank and verify the credit card.
    • Step 10: You will be asked for an authentication through OTP.
    • Step 11: Once you enter the OTP, next to the credit card’s payment methods, click on ‘Activate’.
    • Step 12: Type in your one-time password.
    • Step 13: You will see a confirmation of the card having been added.

    How to Remove Credit Cards from Google Pay

    Just as it is easy to add a credit card, you can also remove a credit card from Google Pay. You can follow these steps:

    • Step 1: On your mobile, you have to open ‘Google Pay’.
    • Step 2: Click on 'Settings’.
    • Step 3: Choose ‘Payment methods’.
    • Step 4: Select the credit card that you have to remove.
    • Step 5: Click on ‘Remove card’.

    Change the Default Tap and Pay Card

    • Step 1: Once you open Google Pay, click on ‘Settings’.
    • Step 2: Choose 'Account services’.
    • Step 3: Follow the instructions that come up on the screen and change your default Tap & pay card.

    FAQs on How to Add Credit Card in Google Pay India

    1. On what apps can I make payment using Google Pay?

      Bharat QR code-based Payments at online & offline merchants.

    2. Can I use my credit card added on Google Pay at ATMs?

      No, Google Pay, as of now not supported at ATMs.

    3. If I change phone, will I have to add my credit card again?

      Yes, if you change the phone you are using, then the credit cards will need to be added again. Credit Card tokens are device specific when it comes to Google Pay.

    4. Will my credit card work on G Pay if my card is blocked or closed?

      No, if your credit card is blocked or closed, then your credit card will not work on Google Pay.

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