Quickly make mobile payments with your OECU debit or credit card
Using a new technology is always intimidating at first but after a while we can't imagine our lives without it. Samsung Pay is simple to use and can speed up your time at the checkout. Check out some frequently asked questions about Samsung Pay.
What is Samsung Pay?
Let's assume that this is the first time you're hearing about mobile payments. Samsung Pay allows Samsung device owners the ability to use their phone to make payments from their debit or credit card.
What does Samsung Pay do for me?
We all want to know, what's in it for me? Samsung offers you convenience and security. It pulls your credit card and debit card data from the Samsung Pay app, enabling you to use an Samsung device as a wallet at store checkouts.
Which devices currently work with Samsung Pay?
If you have the latest and greatest Samsung device then you're good. If you're working with an older model it needs to be a Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 active, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge+, Glaxy Note5, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 active, Gear S2 (with NFC only) and Gear S3.
Can I use my OECU debit or credit card with Samsung Pay?
You bet! Samsung Pay works with Visa®, MasterCard® and American Express®.
Where can I use Samsung Pay?
Not nearly as many places as we want but Samsung Pay works anywhere that accepts contactless payments. Simply look for the contactless payment symbol near readers at checkout.
How do I use Samsung Pay?
It's actually really simple. When you're checking out, open the app and verify your identity by scanning your fingerprint or entering your PIN. Then, just hold your device next to the contactless reader.
Is Samsung Pay secure?
Samsung doesn't mess around with security. Your transaction information or card numbers will not save on Samsung's servers so your payments are private. Tokenization masks your card number with a random set of numbers for each transaction so that your real card number is never used from your phone,
What if I lose my device?
First, we hope you have some insurance on it! You can use the Find My Mobile app to suspend Samsung Pay. When you deactivite the device, the Digital Account Number associated with it will be deleted.