Accept payments

Google Pay for Business lets you accept payments from other Google Pay users. You can choose to accept payment through Phone number or a personalized QR code.

You can find your PSP in your VPA or contact Google support.

How to accept payments

To accept payments, follow these steps:

  1. On your Android device, open the Google Pay for Business app. 
  2. Decide how you want to accept payments. There are 2 ways to accept customer payments:
    • QR code
    • Phone number
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Accept payments via QR code

To accept payments via QR code, follow these steps:

  1. Tap QR code. A QR code appears. Your QR code contains your bank account number and your bank's IFSC (Indian Financial System Code).
  2. Instruct your customer to scan your QR code.
    Note: You can also share or print your QR code.

How to use printed QR codes

After your business is approved for Google Pay for Business, a Google Pay agent prints your business’ personalized QR code and delivers a standee to your address. You can also download your QR code from your mobile device and print out other copies for transactions.

To print your own QR code, follow these steps:

  1. On your Android device, open the Google Pay for Business app.
  2. Tap QR code.
  3. At the bottom, tap Download or share.
  4. Choose to either download an image of your QR code or share the image with the app of your choice.

The image that you downloaded or shared can now be printed and placed in your store.

Accept payments via phone number
To accept payments via phone number, follow these steps:
  1. Share your business' primary phone number with your customer.
  2. Instruct your customer to do the following:
    1. On their Android or iOS device, open the Google Pay app.
    2. In the "New" section, choose to pay by phone number.
    3. Enter your business' primary phone number. A list of business and individuals linked to the phone number appear.
    4. Select the business that you want to receive the payment.

When a customer pays you, a status message notifies you of an incoming payment. After you receive the payment, you'll see a confirmation showing the amount paid, customer name, time, date, and reference number.

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