Price: 1.9-2.9% + $0.30 per transaction
Company: Google Inc.
Tags: accept credit cards
Google Wallet Features
Google Wallet lets you accept credit cards from tens of millions of Google Wallet users.
- Google Wallet is the new version of Google Checkout.
- Monthly sales under $3,000: 2.9% + $0.30 per transaction.
- $3,000 to $9,999.99: 2.5% + $0.30.
- $10,000 to $99,999.99: 2.2% + $0.30.
- $100,000 or more: 1.9% + $0.30.
- Google Play Android developer transaction fees: 30%
- Chrome Web Store merchant transaction fees: 5%
- Accept payments online or in-store when customers tap the back of their phone to an NFC point of sale terminal.
- Near Field Communication (NFC), a secure, wireless connection to transmit payment details.
- Supports all major credit and debit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
- Offers from participating merchants are redeemed automatically.
- Pay anywhere MasterCard PayPass is accepted.
- Google Wallet app is available in the United States on certain eligible devices and carriers.
- When you activate your credit or debit cards in Google Wallet, they are linked to your virtual MasterCard card upon setup.
- No large back-end changes required as all transactions can be sent through existing payment infrastructure.
- Buyers don't have to re-type their payment information every time they make a purchase.
- Accept payments for digital goods and services.
- Customers never leave your website when they pay with Google Wallet.
- Password protected.
- Available on Sprint and Virgin Mobile phones including the Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, LG Viper, LG Optimus Elite, and HTC EVO 4G.
- The Content API for Shopping lets you programmatically enter and manage your inventory.
- The Search API for Shopping lets developers build applications using product data.
- Buyers in over 140 countries can purchase goods and services using a credit or debit card through Google Wallet.
- Google Prepaid Card: virtual card powered by MasterCard and issued by Money Network.
- Google takes care of payment processing, fraud protection, and PCI compliance.
- Manage your product data: API allows you to post new items, edit existing items, or delete items.
- Manage your client: create and manage sub-accounts for your clients and programmatically manage the data feeds to upload data to Google.
- Power browse and navigation modes on your website.
- Implement merchandising strategies.
- Set product boosts and promotions with no custom coding.
- Display local inventory availability with your results.
- Deploy search solution in days and scale effortlessly.
- Customize, track, and optimize performance.
- Existing offer distribution.
- Marketing channel: customers will be visually reminded to use the offer whenever they are browsing through Google Wallet.
- Use multi-client account feeds and entries.
- Build/edit a product in Python.
- Retrieve all/single items.
- Batch insert, update and delete.
- Mixed batch requests.
- Batch errors.