Google Wallet will now automatically send funds to your bank or your debit card
If you're familiar with PayPal, then you probably have an idea how Google Wallet works. Send money to anyone in the U.S. using their email address or phone number. Request payments from others and be notified when you are paid. And if you take advantage of the new feature that we told you about in the first paragraph, those funds will soon be nestled safely in your bank account, or on the verge of being spent on your debit card.
It takes about 2 to 3 business days for funds to be transferred from Google Wallet to your bank account. Transfers to your debit card shouldn't take longer than one business day. In some cases, those transfers will arrive instantaneously.
Besides the new automatic transfer option, the update includes bug fixes and visual improvements. If you haven't received the update and want to hurry up the process, open the Google Play Store, tap on the hamburger menu in the upper left, and click on My apps & games. Scroll to Google Wallet, and if the update is listed, click on it.
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