Google Pay makes it easier than ever to pay with your Kogan Money Credit Card
Shop in stores without sharing your card number with merchants.
Your payment info is pre-filled so you can speed through checkout.
On the go? Shop within merchant apps to grab your groceries, coffee, or a ride.
To add your Kogan Money Credit Card to Google Wallet and set it as your default, simply:
Open the Google Wallet app or download it on Google Play.
Tap 'Add to Wallet' and follow the instructions.
Verify your card if needed.
To make card default for payments, when card is selected, tap 'Details' and ‘Make default for tap to pay’.
No need to juggle between your phone and your wallet at checkout.
Pay with Google Pay at
millions of places.
Pay in store and apps, on websites, at petrol stations and restaurants and anywhere contactless payments are accepted.
Google Wallet is a digital wallet that allows you to securely store your eligible Kogan Money Credit Card on a compatible smartwatch or AndroidTM device. Google Wallet gives you fast, secure access to your eligible Kogan Money Credit Card so you can tap to pay everywhere Google Pay is accepted.
Google Pay is an easy and secure way to pay using your AndroidTM phone or compatible smartwatch. Once you've completed the setup process, you'll be able to use Google Pay where contactless payments are available, or where the Google Pay logo appears online.
For more information visit Google Pay.
To find out more information or which devices are available for Google Pay go to Google Play supported devices - Google Play Help.
Enrolling is simple, just follow these steps:
For further information, refer to the Google Pay FAQs. If you still have difficulty adding a card, you can chat with us by logging into the Kogan Money Credit Cards Mobile App and clicking ‘Chat with us’ located under the ‘Help’ tab.
Note: that you can enrol more than one eligible credit card with Google Pay. Only one card can be set to “default” for contactless payments at one point in time. The card that you have selected to “default” within Google Wallet will be used when you transact using a contactless terminal. For further information, refer to the Google Pay FAQs.
Google Pay is accepted everywhere you see these symbols:
Note: If your Android device or smartwatch has not connected to a cellular or wireless internet connection for a prolonged period of time, Google Pay may not work and there may be a delay in time before Google Pay works once a connection has been re-established.
For further information on how to make payments please refer to Google Pay FAQs.
Security and privacy are built into every part of Google Wallet to keep all your essentials protected. When you pay, Google Pay doesn’t share your actual card numbers, so your payment info stays safe. Refer to Keep your payment info safe - Google Pay Help.
We use your information in accordance with the NAB and Citi privacy policies. You can view our policies here.
No, the Google Pay and Google Wallet services have no fee and your transactions are processed the same way as when using your physical card.
Yes, you will continue to receive all the same benefits and rewards of the Kogan Money Credit Card when you pay with Google Pay.
No one can use your Android device or smartwatch to make payments unless you’ve entered, or they have your chosen screen lock method (device code, pattern, password or biometrics e.g. fingerprint). No one will be able to access your personal banking details as they are not stored on the device.
If you lose your Android device or smartwatch, you can still make contactless transactions using your physical credit card.
If you misplace or lose your Android device or smartwatch, you can log in with your Google account to remove your card(s) set up with Google Pay. If you delete the card, you will need to re-enrol it. For further information, please refer to the Google Pay FAQs.
A cardholder removing their Google Pay service will not affect any other cardholder's use of Google Pay.
For any additional support, simply chat with us by logging into the Kogan Money Credit Cards Mobile App and clicking ‘Chat with us’ located under the ‘Help’ tab.
The Android device or smartwatch is protected by your chosen screen lock method (device code, pattern, password or fingerprint). This needs to be entered to enable the Android device or smartwatch to be used to make transactions.
If you are giving your device to someone else, you’ll need to factory reset it to erase apps and all personal data from the device. You may be liable for any transactions not made by you if you shared your Android device or smartwatch.
For more information refer to the Google Pay FAQs.
The process is the same as any other credit card transaction refund or reversal. First speak to the merchant, as each merchant’s return policy does vary.
You can remove a card from the Google Pay service by using the Google Wallet app. With help removing cards, refer to the Google Pay FAQs.
As a primary cardholder, you will only be able to remove an additional cardholder's access to Google Pay by removing the cardholder from your account altogether.
To remove the additional cardholder from your card account, simply chat with us by logging into the Kogan Money Credit Cards Mobile App and clicking ‘Chat with us’ located under the ‘Help’ tab.
The Customer Service Team will help you if you have any issues when enrolling your card into Google Pay or have transaction queries. However, all enquiries related to Google Pay need to be directed to Google. Please refer to the Google Pay FAQs for questions about:
Any enquiries related to your Android device or smartwatch need to be directed to your device manufacturer’s help centre. Please refer to Google Pay FAQs to check if your smartphone or smartwatch is compatible with Google Pay and for links to your device manufacturer’s help centre.
You can contact us by logging into the Kogan Money Credit Cards Mobile App and clicking
'Chat with us' located under the 'Help' tab.
Google Pay is a facility provided by Google LLC. You should consider the Google Pay Terms of Service before downloading the app. As this communication has been prepared without considering your objectives, you should, before acting on it, consider the facility’s appropriateness to your circumstances.
Google, Android, Google Pay and Google Wallet are trademarks of Google LLC.