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Check out with the touch of your finger using digital wallet payments on your smartphone. Mobile wallet apps like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay or Android Pay let you pay instore and online with the touch of a finger.
Digital wallet services like PayPal let you pay online, make donations and transfer money to friends. Peer-to-Peer digital payment services like Venmo let you easily transfer money (from a credit or debit card or your checking account) to friends to pay your share of the rent or easily split up a pizza or bar tab.
Alliant Visa® debit and credit cards are compatible with major digital payment apps. To enroll in most wallet apps, you can just snap a picture of your Alliant card, type in a few more details, and you’re all set. Your future checkouts will be faster and safer.
When you use a mobile wallet, the store or restaurant where you paid only receives a single-use code – not your name, card number or security code – so you’re better protected. Even if a store or restaurant where you used a mobile wallet were hacked, your card number wouldn’t be compromised.
Your phone’s fingerprint ID/login adds another level of protection. Even if your phone is lost or stolen, your mobile wallet can’t be used, unlike if you lose a wallet containing your actual credit or debit card.
When you use your Alliant Visa® debit or credit card with a mobile payment system, you still have the same Visa® Zero Liability fraud protection that you have when you use your physical card to check out.
Adding your Alliant Visa® debit or credit card to digital wallets is a snap. Select a digital wallet from the list below for step-by-step instructions on how to add your card.