Google pay for Business Sign Up | Google pay for business India
Last updated on November 8th, 2019 at 01:38 pm
Google pay for Business App just launched in India. Now any business in India can Sign up for the Google Pay for business App and accept payments from any customers without any additional charges, As Google Pay for Merchant is absolutely Free now (Google is offering a promotional rebate on transaction charges till 31st December 2019.)
Documents required for Google pay for business India Signup
You need following documents handy when you signup for the Google Pay for Business account. Google will verify the documents and Accept or Reject our Merchant registration in the Google Pay Business App.
- Your Business details like Name, Category, Business Owner Name etc
- Business Location details
- Business Mobile Number
- Your Pan Card Number and Photo of your Pan Card
- GSTIN (Optional)
- Bank Account Number and IFSC Code (You can use your Personal or Current Account)
Once the above details ready, Follow below steps to Signup for the Google Business App.
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Step 1: Visit Google Play Store and Download Google Pay For Business App and Install it in your Mobile.
Step 2: Open the App. You need to Sign in your Gmail Account or Select the Gmail Account from the list, if you have already added the Gmail Account in your Mobile.
If you have already Sign up with Google My Business Account, then you can select that Email Account. The business details already entered in that account will be imported to the Google Pay Business Account.
If you have not yet added your Business in Google My Business Account, then Fill your Business details.
After selecting the Email Account, Click on ‘Continue’ button.
Step 3: In the next screen Click on ‘Add a new business’ or Select your Google My Business Listing.
Step 4: If you have selected Add a new business option, then enter your Business details like Registered Business Name, Shop Name and then select the Type of Business, and Merchant Category from the list,
Finally enter the Business Owner’s Name and click on ‘Next‘ Button’.
Step 5: Then Enter your Business Location details like Business address and Pin Code.
Confirm the location on Map and Click on ‘Next’ button.
Step 6: Enter your Business Mobile Number. Google will verify it by sending an OTP to that number.
Enter the OTP to continue the Sign Up process.
Step 7: Enter the Pan Card details linked to your Bank Account.
You need to fill your Pan Card Number and upload Pan Card image.
If you have a GST Number, you can enter that also. It is optional. Click on the ‘Next‘ button.
Step 8: Enter your Bank Account details. Bank Account Number and IFSC Code is mandatory.
Google will create a unique QR Code based on this bank account to accept payments.
After entering your Bank account details, Click on ‘Next’ button.
Now you can see a Summary of your Business details you have entered for the Google Pay Business Account.
Click on the ‘Submit’ button if everything looks fine. Otherwise Edit the required fields.
Now you can see a message ‘You Business is under review‘. It may take 1 to 2 business days to complete the verification process.
You can close that window and go to the Dashboard (If your business is accepted).
Click on the QR Code Icon to Save and Share your Unique QR Code. You can also find your unique UPI ID also.
Step 9: Click on Verify Business button to verify your Business.
You need your Pan card and your ‘Google Pay For Business‘ app installed Mobile Device to start the verification.
You also have to be in the location (For Eg: in the Office, if you have given that address) given in the address filed while registering your business (Step 5) to complete the Video KYC.
If everything ready, Click on I agree and Start the Video Call button.
A Google representative will Video call you through Google Duo App and verify your Address details.
They will ask you to show your Business Name board from outside, also ask you to show the business office inside area.
You have to show them your Pan Card and a copy of Electricity bill or Rent receipt to verify the Address.
If everything Okay, they will end the call and update the status of your business within 2 business day.
How do I add my business to Google pay for Business?
You can add your Business details to Google My Business Free and can use that details to signup for the Google Pay for Business Account. You need following details to add your Business to Google Pay for Business.
1.Your Business details like Name, Category, Business Owner Name etc
2.Business Location details Business Mobile Number
3.Your Pan Card Number and Photo of your Pan Card
5.Bank Account Number and IFSC Code (You can use your Personal or Current Account)
Download Google Pay For Business App from Google Play Store and Install it in your Mobile, fill the Business address, Mobile Number, Pan card Number and Photo, Bank Account details etc. Then complete the KYC Verification through a Video Call. Once the KYC is approved, your Business will be added to the Google Pay For Business.
Can you use Google pay for business?
Yes, Business owners can signup for the Google pay for Business account through the App and can complete the Verification process through a live video call (Video KYC Verification). After the verification, you can collect payments from your customers through the Google Pay for Business App Free.
Is Google pay for Business free for merchants?
Yes, Google Pay For Business is free for merchants now as Google is offering a promotional rebate on transaction charges.
Does Google pay for Business charge a fee?
No, Google Pay for Business is absolutely free now.
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