Safe E-payment For ATM, DEBIT, CREDIT Card 
Online transactions are now commonplace. The e-payment system has now come to the forefront of small pan masala. Then the chances of cheating have also increased a lot. People are cheating by adopting different techniques.
                                            Safe E-payment For ATM, DEBIT, CREDIT Card
Since our last review, Google has combined its in-store, online, and person-to-person payment apps into a single offering called Google Pay. This one app handles all your transactions, instead of forcing you to use Google Pay Send for paying people and Android Pay for NFC. The app works on iOS as well as Android and the web, so it has broader appeal than both Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Google Pay offers both NFC payment at tons of venues and smart watch support, as Apple's and Samsung's services do. Venmo, PayPal, Square Cash, and Zelle don’t. The only question you need to ask is, "Do I mind connecting yet another part of my life to Google?" If the answer is no, you'll be well-served by this easy-to-use, full-featured payment app. It's our Editors' Choice for mobile payment apps.

Google's payment app strategy has been something of a moving target over the past few years. First, there was Google Wallet, which also let you pay stores using NFC technology, à la Apple Pay. Then that feature was removed and transferred to Android Pay. (Google is moving toward downplaying the Android brand in favor of its own corporate moniker.) Along the way, we also saw Pay with Google, and an experimental payment app called Hands Free. Thankfully, all that confusion is now in the past.

On the account page, a single slider let us require FaceID to transfer money—a good idea. You can also set up a$cashtag, which lets you pay via web browser at that web address, where Cashtag is replaced by a nickname you choose. You can also scan another person's QR code to pay them, and, of course, it works the other way; you get your own QR code for receiving payments. Be careful not to accept payments from people you don't know, however, as this can land you in a whole heap of trouble, if, for example, the money came from a stolen credit card.

ઓનલાઇન ટ્રાન્જેક્શન અત્યારે સામાન્ય થઈ ગયા છે. નાના પાન મસાલાના ગલ્લા પર પણ હવે ઇ પેમેન્ટ સિસ્ટમ આવી ગઈ છે. ત્યારે તેનાથી છેતરાવાના ચાન્સ પણ ઘણા વધી ગયા છે.. જુદી જુદી તરકીબો અપનાવીને લોકો છેતરી રહ્યા છે. 

ATM કાર્ડનો ઉપયોગ કરતા હોઈએ કે ડેબિટ કાર્ડ, ક્રેડિટ કાર્ડનો યુઝ કરતા હોઈએ ત્યારે ચાલાક રહેવું જોઈએ . જેથી છેતરાવાના ભોગ ના બની જવાય.તેનાથી બચવાના કેટલાક ઉપાયો અહીં વીડિયોમાં સૂચવવામાં આવ્યા છે.. જે જાણી લેવાથી કદાચ તમે લાખો રૂપિયાના નુકસાન થવાથી બચી શકો છો.

તો આ સંપૂર્ણ માહિતી મેળવવા માટે નીચે આપેલ વિડીયો જુઓ... 

Most of us are familiar with Square as the company that makes those white credit card swiping machines used by many cafes and small merchants. The corporation recently rebranded to Block, Inc., but its many Square functions and digital services have only grown and improved over time. Cash App—the company's free mobile payment tool—lets you pay and request money from friends, make contactless payments with Square readers, or online purchases with the Cash App debit card. Competition in the mobile payment app market is fierce, with Cash App contending with the likes of Apple Pay, Google Pay, Venmo, PayPal, and even Zelle. Still, Cash App holds its own thanks to several unique features, including tax-filing and stock and Bitcoin purchasing.

Getting Started With Cash App
To open a Cash App account, you can enter either your mobile number or email—you don't need a mobile number. Next, you must enter a debit card number, and then choose a name for your $Cashtag (more on this later). Finally, and optionally, you can invite friends to sign up, netting you a $5 reward for each one who does. You can also connect a credit card as a payment source, but, as with other mobile payment services, you pay a 3 percent fee when paying that way. Note that Cash App only works in the US and UK; if you need to pay across other borders in multiple currencies, you should consider PayPal.