As of June 15th, you can no longer send, request, receive, claim, or withdraw money with the old Google Pay app. For these features and more, download the new Google Pay app and visit support.google.com/googlepay for tips and support.

Find charges, transactions, and statements

You can see a list of transactions you made using Google Pay, download Google Pay Balance monthly statements, and manage transaction notifications on your mobile device.

Find your transactions

  1. Open the Google Pay app Google Pay.
  2. Tap Menu Menu and then Activity.

Stop showing transaction notifications

Whenever you pay for something using Google Pay, you'll get a notification on your device when the payment is done.

American Express cardholders: You'll also get a notification on your device if you pay for something using one of your physical cards stored in Google Pay. You'll only see notifications for cards you added to Google Pay.

  1. On your mobile device, open the Google Pay app Google Pay.
  2. Tap Menu Menu and then Settings.
  3. Turn off Purchase notifications.

Troubleshoot "pending" transactions

Pending charges on Google Pay or your card statement are authorizations that haven’t been processed yet. Some pending charges are higher than the actual purchase price. This is a temporary hold and will be changed when the transaction goes through.

Example kinds of temporarily higher charges include:

  • Restaurants and bars (20%)
  • Taxi and limo (20%)
  • Hotels (15%)
  • Car rental (15%)
  • Cruise lines (15%)
  • Health and beauty (20%)
  • Gas stations ($75.00 min)
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