Google Pay Error Fixed: Google Pay got stuck in the middle of money transaction? No worries, Google solves the problem.

If you are a Google Pay user and have ever encountered such problems while transacting online then there is no reason to worry. Here are some tips from Google that will help you avoid this problem

Google Pay Error Fixed: Google Pay got stuck in the middle of money transaction? No worries, Google solves the problem.

Over the past few years, people's reliance on online or UPI payments has increased significantly. Digital payment systems are now the most sought after option, especially due to the Corona virus. As a result, digital payment apps like Google Pay, Paytm, PhonePop are being widely used for all the tasks like ordering, recharging, paying bills, booking etc. online.

But the disadvantage is that despite the many advantages, users sometimes have difficulty using these platforms. Many times online payment gets stuck due to poor internet connection or some error in the app or it takes a long time to complete the payment.

Google Pay Error Fixed: Google Pay got stuck in the middle of money transaction? No worries, Google solves the problem.

In that case, if you are a Google Pay user and ever face such problems while transacting online, then there is no reason to worry. Here are some tips from Google that will help you avoid this problem.

According to the online payment platform, if the transaction gets stuck or takes longer, the user has to check the internet connection or choose another option (SIM / Wi-Fi). In addition, users can boost the memory of the phone or close multiple apps open simultaneously. 

However, other methods that can be followed are-

1. You have to send a small amount of money without having to transact a lot of money at once.

2. Instead of using the recent contact icon on the home screen, try to send money by tapping the 'New' button and entering the phone number or UPI ID.

3. See if the receiver has linked its bank account with Google Pay.

4. Keep track of whether your transaction limit has been exceeded.

You can also use the following methods to send or receive money to a nearby person:

1. Make sure both have proper internet connection.

2. Bring the phones as close as possible during the transaction.

3. Remove the phone case or cover.

4. Update device calibration.

5. Use the correct UPI PIN when making a payment account.

. Make sure the payment account information is out of date.

4. Find out if there is enough money in the account of the sender to cover the transaction.

. If the above methods do not work, you can try to send money via QR code.

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