How to Check Bank Account Balance on Google Pay

Author: Admin User | Guide: Google Pay |

  • What is Google pay?
  • Recently the payment method under Google Pay name is getting quite popular. It uses UPI as India has it on quite a popular stage. This has been quite popular because of its ease in use. A Google Pay Account can easily help you pay your bills, recharge your mobiles, book tickets for train or movies, pay insurance premium, or recharge your DTH account, you can also send the money into someone’s bank account, etc.

  • What will we talk about here?
  • With a bucket full of facilities which Google Pay provides its users, there is one more. You can check your bank account balance through your Google Pay app itself. This saves time which you would spend logging in your bank’s specific application. Here, we will guide you through the steps of checking your bank account balance on Google Pay App in just a few easy steps.

Follow the steps:

  1. Open the App
  2. Here we consider that you have Google Pay App already installed. Click on the Google Pay App in your app drawer. If you haven’t installed the app yet for some reason, I would suggest you follow those simple steps on our website and do it.

  3. Sign In
  4. After opening, sign into the app if you have an account and haven’t signed in. Sign in can be done with your Mobile number and OTP verification. You can skip this step if you’re signed in already.

  5. Scroll Down
  6. Scroll your screen on the very first page. Scroll it down till the very end. Under “Promotions”, you will see many options, but below that there will be two options, the second one is “Check account balance”. Click on it.

  7. Select the account
  8. You will see all of your bank accounts linked with your current Google Pay account. Select the one of which you want to know the balance.

  9. Enter UPI Pin
  10. After this, your task is done. Google Pay will ask your UPI Pin, enter the digits and wait. The next screen will show you the balance in your account. It will also show the type of your account, for example, “Savings account”.

As per the Guidelines of RBI, you are asked not to share your UPI pin or OTP with anyone, not even your friends and close relatives. Stay safe with easy methods to transfer.

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