48 New US Banks And Credit Union Partner With Google Pay

48 New US Banks And Credit Union Partner With Google Pay

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Google, a big giant in the game when it comes to using daily routine things, no matter what your geographical location is. From as small as searching something online to as big as making a transaction online, Google is everywhere.

Since we’re talking about online transactions, we all know that Google provides many ways to pay for things on devices as well as on the web. And we also know that all of these transactions fall into one of several product buckets. 

So here we are going to talk about Google Pay App, which unifies the Android Pay, Google Wallet, and even Chrome autofill payment info under the same umbrella.

Google Pay App
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If we all remember, initially when Google came up with mobile NFC payments to phones in 2011, it was branded as Google Wallet which later on got swapped in Android Pay. Now, the limitation was, While Android Pay was only available to Android users, Google Wallet was available on iOS and via Gmail as well. After a long period of time, in early 2018, Google announced that Google Wallet and Android Pay will be merged into one and will be rebranded as Google Pay. Finally, this is how the name of Google’s payment platform came into the picture that we use in our day to day lives.

Google Pay Transition
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Since Google Pay has been so useful while making payments to retailers, in the Play Store, or in other Google apps, Google either keeps updating the app with new features or starts adding new Banking partners to provide more to the user. 

Now the latest update on Google Pay is specifically quite geographical as it somewhere touches only the United States Of America GPay users. The company has revised the updated list of the banking partners where it has added 38 more banks along with a few credit unions. That means, now the users in the USA have more banks to select from.

Google Pay New Banking Partners Additions
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Below are the latest banking and credit union partners who joined the list:

  • AAA FCU
  • Ambler Savings Bank (PA)
  • American Federal Bank
  • Axis Bank
  • Bank Cherokee (MN)
  • Bronco FCU
  • Carolina Bank and Trust Co (SC)
  • Chief Financial Federal Credit Union (MI)
  • Community First National Bank
  • Community State Bank Of Orbisonia (PA)
  • Conway National Bank
  • Co-op CU of Montevideo
  • Coral Community Federal Credit Union (FL)
  • Empower Federal Credit Union (NY)
  • Family Security CU
  • Financial Partners Federal Credit Union (IN)
  • First Abilene Federal Credit Union (TX)
  • First Bank & Trust Company (OK)
  • First National Bank & Trust Company of Ardmore
  • First National Bank of Creston
  • First National Bank of Okawville (IL)
  • First National Bank of Russell Springs (KY)
  • First State Bank (TX)
  • Heritage Bank Minnesota (MN)
  • Kansas State Bank
  • Keystone Bank, N.A. (TX)
  • Listerhill CU
  • Mainstreet Community Bank of Florida (FL)
  • Merchants Bank, National Association (MN)
  • Michigan Columbus Federal Credit Union (MI)
  • National Bank of Andrews (TX)
  • National Bank of Middlebury (VT)
  • Navigator CU
  • North Jersey Federal Credit Union (NJ)
  • Northwest Bank
  • NRL FCU
  • Ohio State Bank
  • Reliant Community FCU
  • Serve Credit Union (IA)
  • South Bay Credit Union (CA)
  • StarUSA
  • Sunmark FCU
  • Synchrony Bank
  • Tampa Postal Federal Credit Union (FL)
  • TrustBank (IL)
  • USF FCU
  • Victory State Bank (NY)
  • Viking Bank (MN)

If you want to know if your bank or credit union is listed in the Google Pay family, you can dig through all-the-available-partners-list on Google Pay Help web page. 

In case you aren’t using the GPay/Google Pay App, you can download the app from the link given. 

What do you think about this new list of additions on the Google Pay App? Did you also find out that one of your banks wasn’t there on the list before that has been added now? Share your experience with us so that we can let our other readers know.

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