Apple Pay is an easy, secure and private way to make purchases. To pay, just hold your iPhone® 6 or iPhone 6 Plus near a participating merchant's contactless reader. A vibration and beep let you know your payment has been accepted. You can also use Apple Pay on your phone, iPad Air™ 2 and iPad Mini™ 3 with shopping apps such as those for Target®, Panera Bread®, Petco® and Uber®.
Passbook already stores your boarding passes, tickets, coupons, and more. Now it can store your L&N debit card, too. To get started, make sure your device is updated to iOS 8.1.1 (or the most current iOS version), and then follow the steps below:
The card you had stored in iTunes is your default payment card, but you can always switch it in Settings.
1. Look for the Pay Wave® or Apple Pay symbol at checkout and hold your phone near the contactless reader.
2. Place your finger on the Touch ID™. Or, you may need to enter a passcode and sign a receipt.
3. Keep your phone by the reader until it vibrates and beeps, indicating your payment was accepted.
Making payments with Apple Pay is easy. The entire transaction is secure, as your credit and debit card numbers aren't stored on the device or on Apple's® server, so they're never shared with the merchant. And, if your iPhone is ever lost or stolen, just use the "Find My iPhone" feature.
Making payments with Apple Pay is easy. The entire transaction is secure, as your debit card numbers aren't stored on the device or on Apple's® server, so they're never shared with the merchant.
Every time you physically hand over your debit card to pay, your card number and identity are visible. With Apple Pay, instead of using your actual debit card numbers when you add your card, a unique Device Account Number is assigned, encrypted, and securely stored in the Secure Element (a dedicated chip in iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch). These numbers are never stored on Apple servers. When you make a purchase the Device Account Number, along with a transaction-specific dynamic security code, is used to process your payment. So your actual debit card number is never shared by Apple with merchants or transmitted with payment.
If your iPhone or iPad is ever lost or stolen, you can use Find My iPhone to quickly put your device in Lost Mode to suspend Apple Pay, or you can wipe your device clean completely.
Apple doesn’t save your transaction information.With Apple Pay, your payments are private. Apple Pay doesn’t store the details of your transactions so they can’t be tied back to you. Your most recent purchases are kept in Passbook for your convenience, but that’s as far as it goes.
Since you don’t have to show your credit or debit card, you never reveal your name, card number, or security code to the cashier when you pay in a store. This additional layer of privacy helps ensure that your information stays where it belongs - with you!
Apple Pay allows you to pay for your purchases with your iPhone® 6 or iPhone 6 Plus by holding your phone near a contactless reader. You can also use your iPhone, iPad Air™ and iPad Mini™ 3 to pay within certain apps.
You can use all regular checking account debit cards.
Apple Pay uses a graphical representation, not an exact replica of your L&N Federal Credit Union card.
The credit or debit card associated with your iTunes® account or the first card you add to Passbook® is your default card. To change your default card:
Yes. When you use Apple Pay, your L&N Federal Credit Union card number isn't stored on your phone or given to the merchant. A unique digital code is created specifically for that device.
Since Apple Pay doesn't store your debit card number on the device, you never reveal your name, card number or security code to merchants.
Adding your debit card to Apple Pay is your choice; you can add and remove cards when needed.
You can currently use Apple Pay at more than 220,000 locations, and the list is growing every day. You can visit apple.com and other third party websites to review updated lists daily.
Yes. Be aware that message and data rates may apply, depending on your data plan.
More information is available at apple.com.
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