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Using your Chase card with Google Pay

Frequently asked questions

Using your Chase card with Google Pay

Which Chase cards can I add to Google Pay?

Many Chase Visa® consumer credit, debit and Chase Liquid cards work with Google Pay. Follow the instructions for adding your card to Google Pay (see Q&A: How do I add my Chase cards to Google Pay?). Call the number on the back of your card to see if it is eligible for Google Pay or check eligible cards. If you attempt to add a card that isn’t supported, Google Pay will display a message informing you that the card is ineligible. Contact Chase if you have questions about card eligibility.

How does my Chase credit, debit or Chase Liquid card work with Google Pay?

When you add your Chase credit, debit or Chase Liquid card to Google Pay, the number on your card is replaced with a secure device account number (also called a token). This token is passed onto the merchant for payment instead of your actual card number.

How do I know which card is my default card?

The first card added in Google Pay would be the default card for payment. It will show as the first card in the list at the top of the screen. The default card will also be noted with "default card”. To change your default card, select the card that you would like to make the default, and click "set as default”.

Can I add my card to multiple Google Pay wallets?

You can add your card to multiple Google Pay devices. For security purposes, your One Time Passcode will always be sent to the primary cardholder.

How do I remove my card from Google Pay?

When in the Google Pay app, you can touch your card to view the Card details, and also select remove card option.

If I have a credit card or debit card with a chip/signature, will it work with Google Pay?

Any eligible credit/debit card can be used with Google Pay, even chip/signature cards.  Keep in mind that Google Pay uses a digital version of your account, and is distinct to how you use your physical plastic cards, which remains unchanged.

Where can I use Google Pay?

Google Pay can be used with any merchant whose terminal can accept NFC contactless payments.

Esta página contiene información acerca del uso de su tarjeta Chase Visa® en billeteras digitales.
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