Adding payment cards to Google Pay
- Open the Google Pay app. If you don’t see it on your device, download it from the Play Store
- Tap “Payment” in the navigation bar, then tap “+ Payment method”
- Tap “Enter details manually” to type your long card number, CVC (the security code at the back of your payment card) and expiry date in yourself. If you have one of our snazzy Investor cards, you’ll have to manually type your details from where they’re stored in the Curve app.
- Type your billing address and phone number, then hit “Save”
- Read and agree to our “Issuer terms”
- You’ll be asked to verify your Curve card on Google Pay. Select “Text message” and wait for the code to arrive on your phone. If you’re asked to call us, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll help you out!
How do I set Curve Card as the default card in Google Pay?
In the Google Pay app, tap on your Curve card. Then, swipe the “Default for contactless” toggle on. Easy-breezy! Your Curve card becomes your new default payment card.
Keeping your Google Pay secure
When you use Google Pay to pay with Curve, your card number isn’t sent to the merchant. Instead, there’s a unique identifier (a digital token) assigned, encrypted and stored safely on your device. Each transaction is authorised with a unique, one-time security code so that your card details stay safe every time.
You can read more about this by tapping on your Curve card in Google Pay and then selecting “Virtual account number.”
I lost my phone, how do I disable Google Pay?
You can disable Google Pay on your device using Google’s Find My Device page here.
To block your Curve account, please get in touch with us at email@example.com or call our emergency phone line as soon as possible – we’ll make sure to secure your Curve Card.
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