When you check your bank account or card statement, you may see pending payment authorizations. These authorizations happen so Google can make sure the card is valid, and to check that you have enough funds in your account to make the purchase. These are authorization requests, and not charges.
Hereof, how do I stop Google from charging my credit card?
Remove a payment method
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Play Store app .
- Tap Menu Payment methods. More payment settings.
- If asked, sign in to pay.google.com.
- Under the payment method you want to remove, tap Remove. Remove.
Secondly, why do I have a charge from Google?
Understand authorization holds
After you place an order on Google Store, you might notice an unfamiliar charge on the payment method you used to make the purchase. If you use a debit card, you might see authorization holds as charges on your online statement. These charges are automatically reversed by your bank.
Why did Google services charge $1?
If you just created a Google Payments account to make your first purchase or added a new card to your Payments account, you may see a $1 charge. This is to make sure your card is valid. It'll be removed and you won't be charged.
Does Google pay charge a fee?
When you use Google Pay to transfer money to family or friends, or when you use a debit card to make a purchase in a store or through a service, Google Pay charges no added fees. You will pay a 2.9% fee when you use a credit card.