To use Interac Debit on Google Pay in stores, simply wake up your phone and hold the back of your Google device near the contactless terminal at checkout. Your phone will beep, and you will receive a confirmation on screen letting you know your payment information was sent.
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When you use Interac Debit on Google Pay, your transactions are protected by the same secure features you rely on to protect your Interac Debit and Interac Flash transactions.
Google Pay is protected by your phone’s standard device unlock, such as password, PIN, pattern or fingerprint. For your security, some transactions may require you to enter your device unlock in order to authenticate your purchase.
You will be required to enter your passcode when you've reached your single transaction or cumulative limit. Limits can vary, and are set by your financial institution.
When you add your Interac debit card to Google Pay, your account number is neither stored on the Google device nor on Google servers. Instead, a unique Device Account Number is created for that card on that Google device. Only your Device Account Number is used to make purchases, so you can pay in confidence knowing your personal financial information is never shared with merchants.
If your device is ever lost or stolen, you can find, lock or erase it using "Find My Device". You can also contact your financial institution to suspend or remove your Interac debit card from your Wallet.
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