Why Can't I Transfer Money From Google Pay to my Bank Account?
Google pay is a great tool that allows you to pay for goods and services or receive money from your own clients. It can be frustrating if you're having problems transferring money from your Google Pay into your bank account. Payments can be transferred via an app on your phone or through your Google Pay account on the internet.
Problems Transferring Money
There are a few issues that may mean that you're unable to transfer your funds. One of the most common is if your transfer is either pending or delayed. Sometimes transactions are under review by Google, which can delay your money being transferred of up to ten business days. Most transfer delays happen when you use the ACH transfer to send money from Google pay to your bank account. In the future, transfer directly to your debit card as this will result in a faster transfer.
When transferring money from your Google Pay account into your bank account, you should check how much money you have in your account. If you try to withdraw more than the balance of your Google pay Account, you'll receive an error message and won't to able to transfer the money.
How to Transfer Money from your Google Pay to Your Bank Account
You may have money in your Google Pay account if you've had money sent to you using Google Pay. This could be because you've been issued a refund for a faulty product or received compensation for a disputed Google Pay transaction on your account. Or perhaps you've earned a credit by using a Google product or service and want to transfer it.
You're able to keep up to $25,000 in your Google Pay account. However, most people would rather transfer a positive balance into their bank account. Moving money with Google Pay is relatively straightforward. When you set up your Google Pay account, you would have linked it to your bank account or debit card. This will allow you to move money seamlessly between the two. The quickest and easiest way to transfer money is using your debit card as the funds can be moved instantly, although sometimes it takes up to 24 hours, depending on your bank. If you choose to transfers your balance to your bank account, this will usually take five working days.
Here are some instructions on how to move money from your Google Pay account to your bank account. The instructions are slightly different for the app or the website.
Using the Google Pay app
To transfer your Google Pay balance to your bank account, you'll need the Google Pay app. If you open this app, you'll see that there's a ‘Payment' button at the bottom. Tap this and then look for a ‘cash out' button on the balance page. You'll then be asked to enter the amount you want to transfer and choose a payment method. You can then click the ‘Transfer' button.
On a Computer or laptop
If you're using the Google Pay website on your computer, you should sign in and look for the ‘Google Pay Balance' pay. From here, you'll see a ‘Transfer balance' button, which will take you to the transfer page. You'll then be able to enter the monetary amount you need to transfer and choose the transfer method. Then click ‘Transfer to complete your transaction.
If these steps don't work and you're still having problems transferring your Google Pay balance to your bank account, you can call Google's customer service team who will be able to resolve your specific issue.
After thousands of Google Pay customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together Why Can't I Transfer Money from Google Pay to My Bank Account? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting Google Pay if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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