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So, if I have my new +Google Wallet card and I  have $4 in my Wallet account and I use it to buy a $10 item...

I have 2 credit cards and 1 bank account attached to my Wallet.

1. Does it get the $6 from one of the credit cards?  Which one?
2.  Does it get the $6 from the bank account?
3.  Is my purchase rejected because I don't have $10 in the Wallet?

Inquiring minds want to know... also I do.
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Hey Susan! Great question. Your Google Wallet Card is funded by your Wallet balance. You can add to your Wallet balance with a bank account, credit card or debit card. Plus, manage your balance on-the-go with the Wallet app before making a purchase.
 
So the answer is $3, right?  

Until I have the Wallet funded at the $10 or greater level, I will not be able to spend $10 using it.  Right?

I just want to make sure I understand.  
 
+Susan Dennis yes that is correct from reading up on this new card. You must have the balance you are trying to pay or the payment will be rejected. 
 
+V. Ellis Wade that would be great and make this truly the only card I need to carry. I just haven't came across this description anywhere. Let me know if you have a source or hear anymore like this
 
+V. Ellis Wade that googler was testing a different card, one whose details leaked months ago and was scrapped and replaced with this card.
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