A recently added Google Wallet feature allows users to program recurring bank transfers to the Wallet in order to maintain a regular balance in the account. The innovative feature allows for both automatic top-ups when the account falls below a certain balance and weekly, biweekly or monthly transfers (regardless of balance).
This intuitive new Google Wallet feature goes a long way in assuring users of the convenience and reliability of the service. By streamlining this task, users are able to relieve a common concern and allows them to focus on other tasks and errands. The programmed transfers can be canceled at anytime, while users also have the option of setting up low balance alerts.
Having grown immensely since its initial release, Google Wallet is increasingly moving toward the realm of personal finance hub.
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A New Google Wallet Feature Allows Programmable Money Transfers
- By: Rebecca ByersAug 4, 2015