Pay AdWords bills with Google Pay

You can pay AdWords bills up to ₹100,000 on the Google Pay app.

Choose how you pay

You pay using manual payments

Pay for the first time

  1. Open Google Pay Google Pay.
  2. From the bottom of the screen, swipe up.
  3. Under 'Payments', tap New.
  4. Search for Google AdWords.
  5. Tap Google AdWords (Pay with VAN).
  6. Enter your Virtual Account Number (VAN).
    • You can find your VAN in your AdWords account.
    • Make sure that you enter the correct details. Once you pay your bill, you can’t cancel the transaction.
  7. Tap Continue.
  8. Enter the amount that you want to pay, up to ₹100,000, then tap Proceed to pay.
  9. Enter your UPI ID.

Pay again

  1. Open Google Pay Google Pay.
  2. From the bottom of the screen, swipe up.
  3. Under 'Businesses', tap Google Adwords.
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen.

Find your Virtual Account Number (VAN)

  1. Sign into your AdWords account.
  2. Tap Settings  and then Billing & payments.
  3. On the left, tap Summary and then Make a payment.
  4. Under 'Payment Method', select Google Pay/BHIM UPI. Tap Make a payment.
  5. Under 'Complete this UPI transfer in Google Pay', you’ll see your 10-digit unique virtual account number (VAN).
    • Note: You need to have an active AdWords account to see your VAN.
You get monthly invoices

Pay for the first time

  1. Open the Google Pay app Google Pay.
  2. From the bottom of the screen, swipe up.
  3. Under 'Payments', tap New.
  4. Search for Google AdWords.
  5. Tap Google AdWords (Pay with invoice ID) and then Start payment.
  6. Enter the amount that you want to pay.
  7. In the description, enter your Invoice ID, then tap Proceed to pay.
    • You can find your Invoice ID on your AdWords bill.
    • Make sure that you enter the correct details. Once you pay your bill, you can’t cancel the transaction.
  8. Enter your UPI ID.

Pay again

  1. Open the Google Pay app Google Pay.
  2. From the bottom of the screen, swipe up.
  3. Under 'Businesses', tap Google Adwords.
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen.

Fix problems

Your bill is under ₹100,000 but you can’t pay it
  1. Check to make sure that you can pay bills for your AdWords account with Google Pay.
    • You need to be an AdWords customer who makes manual payments or gets monthly invoices.
    • You can’t pay bills with Google Pay for automatic payments on AdWords accounts.
  2. If you try to send more than ₹100,000 in one day in UPI payment apps, you might reach a daily limit. Wait for 24 hours and try again.
  3. If you’re still having trouble, try a different bank account.
You paid more than your bill amount

The extra amount will be put towards your next AdWords bill payment by the AdWords programme.

Your bill payment was unsuccessful, but the money left your account

If the transaction was unsuccessful, the money will be put back into your account.

Check your bank statement for the amount. The entry will say 'UPI-REV' or 'UPI-RET' followed by the UPI transaction ID and invoice ID.

If the money hasn't been returned after 5 business days, contact us.

You made a payment to the wrong Invoice ID or VAN

If the money left your bank account, contact AdWords support for help.

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