7 Apr. (Portaltic/EP) –
Google has assumed an error in the Google Pay payment platform for which he made payments as rewards to some users, valued between $10 and $1,000 as reported by these through Reddit.
Google has made cash transfers to certain users for, allegedly, having tested “internally the ‘software’ in beta phase before its official release.
One of the beneficiaries of this ruling has been the analyst Mishaal Rahmanwho has communicated through Twitter that he has received compensation of $ 13.25 “for testing the Google Pay remittance experience.”
Rahman has been able to verify this payment from the ‘Offers’ section of Google Pay. In addition, he has shared the experience of another user who has claimed to have received around 1.00 dollars in different transfers.
For its part, Google has contacted all those affected, to whom it has sent an email acknowledging that it was a problem that “was resolved and, where possible, credit reversed” according to a capture of this message shared by the analyst.
The company has commented that if the money issued in error has already been recovered, this will be reflected in the activity of these users’ accounts in Google Pay.
On the contrary, in case of not having been able to recover the credit -because the users have already spent it in other transactions, for example- will assume the expenses. “The money is yours. No other action is necessary,” he stressed in this statement.