Apple Pay allows you to pay for your purchases by holding an Apple device near a contactless reader at participating merchants. You can also use your device to pay within certain apps.
Apple Pay is compatible with these Apple devices:
Yes, there is no charge to use Apple Pay; however, depending on your data plan, message and data rates may apply.
The credit or debit card associated with your iTunes account or the first card you add to your Wallet is your default card. To change your default card:
In most cases, yes. However, in some cases the card in Apple Pay will not match your physical card. In these cases you will see an image of a card with our C1st logo on it.
Yes. When you use Apple Pay, your card number isn’t stored on your phone or given to the merchant. A unique digital code is created specifically for that device. Additionally, you will be required to use either your fingerprint with Touch ID or a secure passcode to compete a purchase.
Because the digital code can only be used once, your accounts are better protected against fraud.
Yes. Apple Pay doesn’t store your debit card number on your device; you never reveal your name, card number or security code to merchants.
If your Apple account information does not match the address we have on file for your debit card, you may be prompted to call us for verification as a final step before enrollment. Please call the number provided so we can verify your card, then look for a Wallet message letting you know that your card is ready for use with Apple Pay.
Paying is easy. Pay in stores with a single touch wherever these logos are displayed.
Within your apps, checking out is as easy as selecting “Apple Pay” and placing your finger on Touch ID.
To view a complete list of Apple Pay merchants, go to http://www.apple.com/apple-pay/where-to-use/
Yes. Adding your credit or debit cards to Apple Pay is your choice; you can add and remove cards when needed. To remove a card:
Apple’s Find My iPhone website lets you suspend its ability to make payments, or you can contact C1st, who can suspend Apple Pay for debit cards. In any case, without your thumbprint or card information, a thief should not be able to use your phone to make purchases.
Contact C1st immediately and let us know you’re an Apple Pay customer. We’ll cancel your debit card. You should remove the lost/stolen card from Wallet using the “Remove Card” option. When you receive your replacement debit card, you will need to add the new card to Apple Pay.
You may be asked to provide the last four digits of your Device Account Number instead of the last four digits of your debit card number. To find the last four digits of your Device Account Number:
Of course! Each Apple Pay transaction counts as a debit card transaction. Click here to learn more about Kasasa Cash & Kasasa Cash Back checking accounts.
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