Google Pay lets your customers pay with the press of a button - using payment methods saved to their Google Account.
Google Pay expands using Google's existing Android Pay functionality to include access to Google's payment method vault which allows customers to quickly and securely make purchases on their Android mobile devices. Businesses can accept Google Pay on multiple browsers, making it quick and easy for customers to buy on both web and mobile devices.
By selecting Google Pay in their Android app or web checkout, customers can pay using any card associated with their Google accounts.
All merchants processing Google Pay transactions are subject to Google's Terms of Service. Keep in mind that Google has detailed payment content policies, so you’ll want to make sure your specific goods or services are supported before setup.
Google Pay customer availability depends on where a customer stores their payment methods: in a Google account or to an Android device.
Google Pay is available for all customers worldwide to make purchases using cards saved to their Google accounts.
Some customers can make Google Pay purchases using payment methods saved directly to their Android devices. At this time, our eligible merchants can process this type of Google Pay transaction for customers supported by Google Pay. For a complete list of locations where customers can pay with Google Pay payment methods stored to a device, see Google's Help Center.
Google's documentation only identifies the countries where customers can pay with this payment method. To accept Google Pay, merchants must be located in a country that is eligible to onboard with Global Electronic Technology and compatible with Google Pay.
Google Pay is now available across multiple browsers. See Google's documentation for a full list of supported web browsers.
Google Pay card transactions process and settle just like credit card transactions, but can be identified in the Transaction Detailed Report by the field labeled Digital Wallet which will be populated with Google_Pay.
Supported Networks: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and JCB
There are no additional standard fees for processing Google Pay transactions. Pricing for Google Pay cards is the same as your other credit card transactions.
Chargebacks, retrievals, and pre-arbitrations on Google Pay transactions behave in the same way as your credit card, and should be responded to according to your merchant account setup. If you’re unsure how to handle a dispute, contact us for assistance.
To add Google Pay to your EdgePay integration, you'll need to update your application and make sure Google Pay is enabled on you merchant account. Whether you're adding Google Pay to an Android app or integrating for web, you need to receive approval from Google before moving to production.
Updated about 1 year ago