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  3. Google Pay’s smart tap technology makes it easy for your customers to rack up rewards and loyalty points by simply holding their phones to NFC point‑of‑sale terminals. More Reach Customers can store your loyalty cards, gift cards, and offers all in one place – meaning you can build brand affinity and engage with them more personally ...

  4. Google Checkout

    payments.google.com/seller/fees.html

    When you use Google Checkout to process your sales, you'll be charged rates as low as 1.9% + $0.30 per transaction. With Google Checkout, there are no monthly, setup, or gateway service fees. The transaction processing rates you'll be charged each month will be determined by your sales volume during the prior calendar month. Learn more. Monthly ...

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  5. Google Checkout

    payments.google.com/seller/checkout_buttons.html

    Place the Google Wallet button next to every existing checkout button on your site (usually on your shopping cart page). Common do's and don'ts. Only use Google-hosted button images (available below). Don't alter the size, shape, orientation or any other aspect of the images.

  6. Google Checkout - Google Pay Send

    wallet.google.com/seller/fees.html

    Learn more about how Google Checkout protects you from fraud with our Chargeback Resolution Policy and Payment Guarantee Policy. Google Checkout offers you the ability to partially capture funds and explicitly reauthorize an order if the initial 7-day authorization window expires. You will be charged $0.30 each time you charge an order.

  7. Google Pay enables quicker, safer checkout in apps and websites and makes it easy for customers to pay contactless with their phones. With a simple integration, you can access hundreds of millions of cards saved to Google Accounts and open up your business for more business. Plus, it’s free for you and your customers.

  8. Sign in - Google Accounts

    takeout.google.com

    Use your Google Account. Email or phone. Forgot email? Type the text you hear or see. Not your computer? Use a private browsing window to sign in. Learn more. Next.

  9. Sign up for Google Merchant Center

    support.google.com/merchants/answer/188924

    On Google. Customers see your product listing on Google and buy without leaving Google. They can still check out on your website even if checkout on Google is available for your product listings. At your local store. Customers see your product listing on Google and visit your local store to buy. Learn more about Merchant Center’s checkout options

  10. Search your spending the easy way with Google Pay. Easily find past purchases from weekend getaways, past payments, and tickets you saved in your wallet. And if you choose, you can link your bank account, Gmail, and Google Photos to search even more transactions.

  11. Google Checkout

    wallet.google.com/seller/integrate_email.html

    Buyers place orders with you by phone or email. You use the Google Checkout Merchant Center to generate invoices and email them to buyers. Buyers receive the invoice, follow the link provided in the email, and sign in to Google Checkout to confirm payment and shipping details. You process the resulting orders using the Google Checkout Merchant ...