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Swiss4 Introduces Google Pay to Members

A simple, helpful, and secure way to checkout everywhere contactless payments are accepted

Geneva - June 4, 2024 - Swiss4, a financial player founded in Geneva in 2020, today brings Google Pay to its members. Google Pay provides a fast, simple, and safe way to pay every day, both online and in stores. Swiss4 cardholders can add their card details to their Google Account for seamless checkout across devices in Chrome and Android, as well as in stores.

Customers can use Google Pay at millions of businesses, making payments in apps, on websites, and in stores everywhere contactless payments are accepted. They just need to look for the Google Pay and contactless symbols at checkout.

With Google Pay, customers can simply tap their Android phone or Wear OS smartwatch on a contactless payment terminal to make a payment. Each Google Pay transaction is protected through advanced security measures, including tokenization and encryption, ensuring every purchase is secure.

Security and privacy are built into every part of Google Wallet to keep all cardholders' essentials protected. When they pay, Google Pay doesn't share their actual card numbers, so their payment information stays safe.

Customers can also use Google Pay on their Android devices to make fast and convenient purchases within apps or on the web. Google Pay enhances online and in-app purchases with features such as autofill, which quickly and accurately populates payment and shipping information, saving customers time and effort.

Setting up Google Pay is straightforward. On Android phones, users can download the Google Pay app, add their Swiss4 card, and start using Google Pay immediately.

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Founded in 2020, Swiss4 is a Swiss-based financial player focused on the development of digital financial solutions. The company has launched the development of its technological solution, Swiss Core, and has obtained a fintech licence from the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), allowing it to operate as a financial institution. It has acquired a Mastercard principal member licence to issue its own payment cards. Swiss4 is licensed and regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) under Article 1b of the Swiss Federal Banking Act. It authorizes the company to act as a deposit-taking financial institution.

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