Google Pay is the simple and safe way to pay with your Android™ phone in stores and in mobile apps.
Install Google Pay on any NFC-enabled Android device (KitKat 4.4+). Then add your credit cards from any participating bank.
Google Pay works at over one million locations (and counting…) across the US and in your favorite Android apps.
Your actual card number isn't shared with the merchant when you use Google Pay. Instead, a virtual account number is used so that your card details stay safe. After paying, you'll receive transaction details to help you keep track of your spending activity. And if your phone is ever lost or stolen, you can lock your device from anywhere using https://myaccount.google.com.
To best protect your info, Google Pay isn't supported on rooted devices. This is because Google can't verify that the Android security model is intact on a rooted device.
Google Pay is a new way to pay with your smartphone. Google Pay offers simplicity, security and choice. Simply unlock your phone and place it near a contactless terminal, and your payment is complete.
You must have the following to use Google Pay:
You can use any BFSFCU Visa® Credit Card with Google Pay.
First, download the Google Pay app from the Google Play™ Store. If your BFSFCU card is already linked to your Google account, you can simply add it to the Google Pay app by confirming a few details. To add a new card, it’s as simple as snapping a picture.
To add your BFSFCU credit card(s) to Google Pay:
It’s that simple. When you’re ready to pay, unlock your phone as usual and hold it over the merchant’s contactless payment terminal.
Make a payment with Google Pay in three easy steps:
Google Pay uses a graphical representation, not an exact replica of your BFSFCU card.
Yes. When you use Google Pay, your BFSFCU card number isn't stored on your phone or given to the merchant. A unique virtual account number is created specifically for that card on that device.
The first card you add to Google Pay will automatically become your default card. To change your default, do the following:
You'll delete your old card from Google Pay and add your new one. To do this, do the following:
Since Google Pay doesn't store your card number on the device, you never reveal your name, card number, or security code to merchants.
Adding your cards to Google Pay is your choice; you can add and remove cards as you like.
Google Pay is accepted by more than a million stores across the United States. For a full list, visit: https://pay.google.com/about/where-to-use/
Yes. Be aware that message and data rates may apply, depending on your data plan.
More information is available at https://pay.google.com/about/.
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