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With Google Pay, shoppers can make purchases using credit or debit cards stored in their Google account. Shoppers get to experience a simpler checkout process whether they are buying from their Android devices, on the web, or in-store through POS terminals.
When a shopper pays with Google Pay in apps and on websites, Google Pay shows a payment sheet where they select their preferred card payment method and confirm their purchase.
Google Pay supports liability shift for Discover, Mastercard, and Visa cards issued in the EU or the UK. Google Pay does not support liability shift for American Express, JCB, or Visa cards issued outside of the EU or the UK. To get this liability shift when using Google Pay, you need to authenticate the transaction with 3D Secure.
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For more information on Google Pay availability, refer to:
- List of payment methods that support Google Pay.
- List of countries where you can use Google Pay.
- List of supported browsers.
Our integration supports the following card networks:
- American Express: Supported globally.
- Discover: Supported in the US.
- Elo: Supported in Brazil; you must have a local business entity in Brazil to offer this to shoppers.
- Interac*: Supported in Canada; you must have a local business entity in Canada to offer this to shoppers.
- Maestro: Supported in the EU and Brazil.
- Mastercard: Supported globally.
- Visa: Supported globally.