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Frequently asked questions

Data security questions

Can I lock Google Pay?

Google Pay is locked when the device is locked.  

What is a device account number (token)?

A device account number (token) is a substitute account number that replaces your card number in each transaction.  This means that your actual information isn’t shared when you shop and your details stay safe.

Am I liable for unauthorized charges made with Google Pay?

Purchases made with your Chase credit, debit and/or Chase Liquid cards have Chase Zero Liability Protection for any unauthorized card transactions. This means that you will not pay for any unauthorized transactions. If you see an unauthorized charge, simply call the number on the back of your card. Please see your cardholder, deposit account and/or Chase Liquid card agreement for complete details.   


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