Google Wallet Fraud Protection
Google Wallet Fraud Protection covers 100% of all verified unauthorized transactions in the US.
To be covered under this policy, you must be a resident of the US and have a US address associated to your Google Wallet. Additionally, unauthorized activity must be reported within 120 days of the transaction date. We may also ask you for more information to determine if a transaction is covered.
Contact us to report an unauthorized transaction on your Wallet.
Unauthorized transactions on other Google products, like Google Play, Google Drive, and YouTube are covered under separate policies. Visit their help centers for more information.
Google takes the protection of your financial information very seriously. Your Wallet's information is safely stored on secure servers in a secure location. All transactions are also monitored 24/7 for fraudulent or unauthorized activity by our security team, and our support team is available to help you with any questions about Google Wallet.
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