Note: If you’re using a dual-SIM phone, make sure that you have set your Google Pay phone number as the primary SIM which is linked to your bank account.
If you are getting errors while restoring your Bank account then are at the right spot just through the steps given below to solve your problem.
1. Make sure that you’re using the Right Number
While typing the number make sure you have typed the number correctly which is linked to your bank. Also, check the +91 country code.
To use the Google Pay app you have to log in it with your Indian phone number, also note that international numbers are also not allowed to log in on Google Pay.
2. Also dont forget to check that your phone number is active and it has some balance
Make sure that your phone number is active. If you’re using a prepaid number, check to make sure that you have a balance in your prepaid account.
If you have a postpaid sim then check it is working or not, but if you have a Prepaid sim card then check whether your sim card is active or not and has an active plan otherwise you will not receive any OTP number.
3. Make sure your internet is Working
To receive activation OTP SMS you will need to have a strong internet connection, to check that, you can open Youtube or Instagram to check if your internet is working finely or not.
4. Make sure your Bank account is linked to your mobile number
If you’re trying to add a bank account and if it shows “Can’t find an account with your mobile number and selected bank”.
It means that your logged-in number is not linked to the bank that you selected. So make sure you log in to the right phone number to Google pay which is linked to your Bank account.
After all, try if you’re still getting this error then go to your bank branch personally and check which number is actually linked to your bank account.
5. Request a new verification code
If you have followed all steps above and still don’t get the SMS, then on the verification screen, tap Resend OTP.
6. Close Google Pay or try Restarting your device
- Still, if you are getting an error then restart the app.
- if the problem still continues then try restarting your smartphone.
- After restarting the phone, if your Google Pay still gives an error then uninstall the Google Pay app then Again reinstall it.
7. Email, chat or call
If all these steps don’t work for you then you can email, chat, call Google Pay support, or contact Google Pay support.
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