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How to fix Google Pay error: OR-TAPSH-08?

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In today’s digital age, mobile payment applications have gained tremendous popularity for their convenience and ease of use. Google Pay, one of the leading mobile payment platforms allows us to send and receive money, pay bills, and make purchases with just a few taps on our smartphones. However, like any technology, Google Pay may occasionally encounter errors that can disrupt its seamless functioning. One such error is the OR-TAPSH-08 error code, which can cause frustration for users.

In this article, we have discussed the causes of the Google Pay OR-TAPSH-08 error and a few ways to help you fix the error.

What are the causes of the Google Pay OR-TAPSH-08 error?

Below we have mentioned the possible reasons that might be causing the Google Pay OR-TAPSH-08 error.

  • The Google Pay server is down.
  • Warning flagged your account.

Also read: How to fix Google Pay error: OR-CCSEH-26?

How to fix the issue?

If you are encountering the Google Pay OR-TAPSH-08 error while adding a card, we have explained a few ways to help you resolve the problem.

Check the server status

You might be facing the OR-TAPSH-08 while adding a card on Google Pay because the server is down or under maintenance. Check the server status of Google Pay, you can use websites like to check the server status of Google Pay.

If the server is down then you can do nothing but wait patiently until it comes online.

Remove the warning on your account

The OR-TAPSH-08 error typically arises when the system identifies potential issues during the card-adding process that could impact the security of your account. It is possible that certain banks do not support third-party online payments, which may result in a misalignment of payment details between your bank and Google Pay.

So contact support and let them know about the error you are facing, they will resolve the issue on their end and it typically takes 48 hours.

Click here to contact Google Pay support

Also read: How to fix Google Pay error: OR-RWE-03?

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