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Want to change or reset your Google Pay UPI PIN? Follow this step-by-step guide

UPI PIN is the number you enter whenever you add a new payment account or make a transaction on Google Pay.

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Want to change or reset your Google Pay UPI PIN? Follow this step-by-step guide
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These days, most of the transactions have become online only as people find it convenient. Google Pay is a well-known payments app that allows you to pay bills, shop online, or send money directly from your bank account to almost anyone in real-time over Unified Payments Interface (UPI).

Through this app, users can do money transactions with the help of a UPI address, mobile number, account number and QR code.

Users can also change their UPI PIN on this app. The need to change UPI PIN can arise in two situations - one you want to reset your UPI PIN, second you have forgotten your UPI PIN. Let us tell you how to change or reset your Google Pay UPI PIN.

What is UPI PIN

UPI PIN is the number you enter whenever you add a new payment account or make a transaction.

You'll be asked to set a UPI PIN when you first add a bank account. If you already have a UPI PIN for your bank account, you can use the same UPI PIN on Google Pay. You can also change your UPI PIN using Google Pay.

Follow these steps to change UPI PIN on Google Pay

1. Open Google Pay.

2. In the top left, tap your photo.

3. Tap Bank account.

4. Tap the bank account you want to edit.

5. Tap More and then Change UPI PIN.

6. Create a new UPI PIN.

7. Enter the same UPI PIN again.

Note: If you enter a wrong UPI PIN more than 3 times, you must reset your PIN or wait 24 hours to make your next transaction. You can't send or receive money during this time.

Follow these steps to reset UPI PIN on Google Pay

In order to reset your UPI PIN, you will need your debit card details.

1. Open Google Pay.

2. In the top left, tap your photo.

3. Tap Bank account.

4. Tap the bank account you want to edit.

5. Tap Forgot UPI PIN.

6. Enter the last 6 digits of your debit card number and the expiry date.

7. Create a new UPI PIN.

8. Enter the OTP you get by SMS.

Note: If you enter a wrong UPI PIN more than 3 times, you must reset your PIN or wait 24 hours to make your next transaction. You can't send or receive money during this time.

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