Frequently asked questions
Google Pay uses a unique, transaction-specific code for all purchases. This means that your credit card and debit card data is not stored on Google's servers or on your Android device, and retailers never see your card numbers. To learn more about Google Pay security and privacy, click here.
Google Pay works on Android devices that are NFC and HCE-enabled running KitKat 4.4 or later.
Google Pay is accepted at millions of locations. You can also use Google Pay within many apps and participating websites. Click here for a list of retailers and locations.
Click here for instructions on how to add your Union Bank debit card and credit cards to your Android device in a few simple steps.
Google Pay works with any of your Union Bank Visa® Credit Cards, your Union Bank Debit Mastercard®, as well as your Union Bank Debit Mastercard BusinessCard®.
In the Google Pay app, tap the card you want to make your default card, then tap "Set as default card."