Google launches Wallet debit card in US
Internet search engine giant Google launched Wallet Card in the US. It is a prepaid debit card that will facilitate consumers to buy goods at stores and to withdraw cash from ATM machines.
What does Google Wallet Card offer?
The card allows consumers access the funds stored in their Google Wallet accounts. Consumers can use this facility to purchasing goods at stores and to withdraw cash from ATM machines. Consumers add money to the new Wallet Card by linking it to a bank account or when another person transfers money to their Google Wallet account. The card can be ordered online from Wednesday, and typically takes 10 to 12 days to arrive. The card is free and the company will not charge cardholders any monthly or annual fees.
What is Google Wallet?
Google Wallet is a smartphone app and online payment service that allows consumers buy goods and transfer money to each other.
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