Working together to help keep you secure
$0 Fraud Liability Guarantee
You’re never responsible for unauthorized purchases on your Discover Card account.1
Security at Checkout
Multiple layers of security work together to help protect your card information.
Google Pay makes checkout simple
Online, in apps and in stores with your Discover Card.
Millions of merchants accept Google Pay. Just look for these symbols at checkout.
Whether you're in app, in store or online, use your device or Google login to check out.
Say so long to swiping or typing in card numbers—you're good to go.
Frequently Asked Questions
You will need an NFC-enabled Android phone running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or newer. To see the version of Android you're running, open your phone's "Setting" app, then tap "About Device."
If you see one of the following errors, your phone might not be supported:
- "Google Pay can't be used."
- "Google Pay is unable to verify your device."
- "You can no longer use Google Pay on this phone."
If you have a supported device and are experiencing issues, many of them can be fixed by resetting your phone to factory settings.
- An "unauthorized purchase" is a purchase where you have not given access to your card information to another person or a merchant for one-time or repeated charges. Please use reasonable care to protect your card and do not share it with employees, relatives, or friends. Learn more at Discover.com/fraudFAQ.
- Your rewards never expire. We will credit your account with your rewards balance if your account is closed or if you have not used it within 18 months.
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