|November 17, 2014|
|Google Wallet Adds New Features For Bank Transfers and Low Balance Alerts|
|By Chris Crum|
Google announced that Google Wallet users can now add money to their balance using recurring bank transfers. The company insists that this is secure.
Also new to Wallet are low balance alerts that let you know when you're getting close to running out of money.
"With recurring bank transfers, adding money to your Wallet Balance takes care of itself," says product manager Andrew Waterman. "Simply schedule a recurring transfer from your bank account right into your Wallet Balance, and never worry about adding money to your Wallet Balance again. Choose the amount, set a schedule (weekly, bi-weekly or monthly) and you're all set. Money will be added to your Wallet Balance automatically, and you can cancel your transfer at any time." [...]
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