About Google credit or debit card charges

Charges or credits from Google products and services appear on your credit or debit card statement in several ways. All charge descriptions begin with "GOOGLE *" followed by the product or service you purchased from. Examples of Google charge descriptions are below:

Statement item Google product
GOOGLE *ADS{ID} Google Ads
Google AdMob
Authorized Buyers
GOOGLE *{Company} Google Play Store for Apps
GOOGLE *CLOUD_{ProjectID} Google Cloud Platform
GOOGLE *Commerce Ltd Google Play Music
GOOGLE *{Developer} Google Play Store for Apps
GOOGLE *Devices Google Store
GOOGLE *Domains Google Domains
GOOGLE *GOOGLE YouTube Premium
GOOGLE *Google, LLC Google Play Music
GOOGLE *Google Music Google Play Music
GOOGLE *Google Play Google Play Movies & TV
GOOGLE *Google Storage Google Drive
GOOGLE *Google Store Google Store
GOOGLE *Google Surveys Google Analytics
GOOGLE *Google Express Google Express
GOOGLE *Music Google Play Music
GOOGLE *Play Google Play Store for Apps
GOOGLE *Play Credit Google Play gift cards and other transfers to a Google Play balance
GOOGLE *Play Newsstand Google Play Newsstand
GOOGLE *PROJECT FI Google Fi
GOOGLE *SERVICES Google Fiber
GOOGLE *GSUITE_{Domain_name} G Suite by Google Cloud
Cloud Identity
Drive Enterprise
GOOGLE *Voice Google Voice
GOOGLE *WALLET Google Pay
GOOGLE *YouTube Videos YouTube Movies

Note: The display of some items may be shortened, depending on the formatting of your statement.

  • ID is a customer number that helps Google identify which user the item applies to.
  • Company is usually the company making the charge through Google, such as the developer of an Android app or the publisher of digital magazine.
  • ProjectID is the project ID of your Google Cloud Platform project.
  • Developer is the developer of the Android app that generated the charge.
  • Domain_name is the internet domain name attached to your G Suite implementation.
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