This important information relates to your use of Bank of Scotland cards with Android Pay. When we refer to “your card” we mean the Bank of Scotland credit or debit card you are registering to use with Google. “We” or “us” means Bank of Scotland plc. Registered in Scotland No SC327000. Registered office: The Mound, Edinburgh, EH1 1YZ. “Google” means Google Ireland Limited whose principal place of business is at Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland.
Your current account or credit card terms and conditions set out certain steps you must take to keep your account and card details secure. They also apply to the use of your card with Android Pay. For example, you must do all you reasonably can to:
Contact us as soon as possible if you suspect any unauthorised use of your Android Pay device, or if your device or security details have been compromised, lost or stolen. You should also suspend your device by logging into your Google account
Android Pay is provided by Google and we are not responsible to you for your use of it or for any service, information, software or hardware provided to you by Google or any other third party. We are not liable for any failures or faults, or any security, availability or performance issues, affecting or relating to Android Pay or your device. We recommend that you read Google’s Android Pay terms and conditions for more information on these issues.
You may also have agreements with other third parties in relation to your use of Android Pay such as other current account providers or credit card issuers. We are not responsible for any agreements you enter into with these third parties.
In order to use Android Pay you must use an eligible card and meet all the other eligibility requirements. Please go to www.bankofscotland.co.uk/android-pay for information on what these are and on what payment limits or other restrictions apply to your use of Android Pay.
Your personal information is processed in accordance with our privacy notice in order to allow your Bank of Scotland card to be used with Android Pay. You can see our privacy notice on our website. We share aggregated and anonymised information relating to your card transactions with Google for this reason and in order for Google to improve and develop their technology. We do not share your identity or information relating to your individual transactions with Google. Google and your card network (e.g. Visa, Mastercard or American Express) may also have terms which relate to how your personal information is used by them when you use Android Pay. We recommend that you read any terms they provide you with.