[Update: 4 more] Google Pay provides assist for 16 extra banks within the US, together with E*Trade

Before you should use your debit or bank card with Google Pay, your financial institution wants to come back to an settlement with Google. The newest batch of 16 US banks to assist Google Pay contains E*Trade Bank.

Roughly each different week, Google provides a brand new batch of banks and credit score unions to its growing list of monetary establishments supported by Google Pay within the United States. Right on schedule, the most recent set has been added to the assist web page earlier as we speak.

Among the opposite newly added banks, we discover that the banking unit of the web inventory brokerage E*Trade is now supported by Google Pay. This needs to be good news for these invested in shares who additionally maintain their checking account with E*Trade.

  • Atlantic City Electric Company Employees Federal Credit Union (NJ)
  • Bank of of Herscher (IL)
  • Bank of Luxemburg (WI)
  • Bay State Savings Bank (MA)
  • Boone Bank & Trust Co. (IA)
  • E*Trade Bank
  • First Merchants Bank (IN)
  • First National Bank of Bemidji (MN)
  • FNCB Bank (PA)
  • Gateway First Bank (OK)
  • Jeep Country Federal Credit Union (OH)
  • LAFCU (MI)
  • MCU Financial Center Credit Union (WI)
  • Northwest Bank of Rockford (IL)
  • State Bank of Davis (IL)
  • The Claxton Bank (GA)

Update 10/7: The subsequent batch of banks and monetary establishments becoming a member of E*Trade in supporting Google Pay has arrived every week forward of schedule. As of as we speak, one other 4 banks and credit score unions within the US provide cellular funds through Google Pay.

  • American Airlines CU
  • Cosden Federal Credit Union
  • First Republic Bank
  • Wellesley Bank

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