Last Monday (26), C6 Bank announced the support of its Global Account for Google Pay, Google’s digital wallet. In practice, this means that even without the physical card, customers of your international account can now make purchases in dollars or euros, using approximation payments.
In addition to the practicality that digital wallets provide, the novelty, according to C6 Bank, is also a way to make life easier for customers who opened their international accounts on the eve of traveling.
That’s because, even without the physical card, he can register in the Google system through the virtual card and enjoy the account in the same way.
It is worth remembering that, in June, the digital bank had already released this integration for your C6, C6 Platinum, C6 Carbon and C6 Business cards. At the time, only the international card and the C6 Yellow, aimed at children, had been left out of the partnership.
How to register and use C6 Bank on Google Pay
Global Account customers who were interested in the novelty can now register their account with Google Pay. To do so, just follow the steps below:
- On a supported device, download the Google Pay Wallet app;
- On the same device, open the C6 Bank application and tap on “Card”;
- Next, select the “Google Wallet” option;
- Then choose the card you want to register
After the operation, the customer can now make purchases on debit, using their balance in dollars or euros.
In face-to-face establishments, they can pay by approximation, using compatible smartphones and smartwatches. However, the same can also be done online, simply by selecting the Google Pay option as a payment method.
How the C6 Bank Global Account works
THE C6 Bank Global Account is the one that allows fintech customers to make international transactions in dollars or euros.
When hiring it, in addition to the virtual card, the person is entitled to an international credit card with the Mastercard flag, and can use it both for in-person and online purchases.
Another important differential of the modality is that the account adopts a commercial exchange rate (cheaper than tourism), IOF of 1.1% and a spread of 2% to 2.5% on transfers during business hours.
If outside Brazil, the customer can also make withdrawals at ATMs in the Cirrus network and at JPMorgan Chase bank.