Google Pay at the ATM

Customers can access ATMs using Google Pay at many banks in the United States. The following steps describe how to use Google Pay the ATM

Locate a bank supporting Google Pay at the ATM near me

Check beforehand

  • Check if Google Pay is available on the mobile device.
  • Have the latest software update of Google Pay installed, availabe from the Google Play Store.
  • Make sure Google Pay is the default payment app on the mobile device.

At the ATM

  • Open Google Pay.
  • Select the desired debit card from Google Pay.
  • Hold the mobile device over the universal “Contactless Symbol” at the ATM.
  • Google Pay will verify the biometrics stored in the mobile device such as the pin number, fingerprint, facial recognition or iris.  
  • The ATM will verify the personal pin number associated with the debit card.
  • Now customers can perform banking operations, at the ATM as usual such as money withdrawal, and check balances.
  • The receipt for the transaction will be available as the traditional paper receipt or a digital copy that can be sent to the email address associated with the bank account.

Google Pay is not working

There are a few reasons the digital wallet Google Pay is not working

  • NFC (Near Field Communication) and Payment option is disabled on the mobile device.
  • Some Apps such as Omron Connect featuring EKG devices, will also disable the NFC and Payment option on the mobile device.
  • Other reasons.

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Last edited on Sunday, January 30, 2022 at 2:57 PM. Chicago, Illinois. Time zone (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada).

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