Samsung Pay is a safe and simple way to make mobile payments with select Samsung Galaxy devices, and it works at almost any retailer where you can swipe or tap your card.
Now available for Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+ and Note 5, Samsung Pay will be automatically installed through a software update. Going forward, compatible devices in supported countries will have Samsung Pay preloaded when purchased.
Samsung Pay® is supported on the Galaxy S6®, S6 edge®, S6 edge+® and Note 5®. Please visit www.samsung.com/pay for a full list of compatible devices.
You can use your First Financial MasterCard debit card with Samsung Pay.
Cards can be easily added to Samsung Pay by using your device’s camera to scan in your card’s information or by manually inputting the card information yourself. If you use the camera to take a picture, verify the information was captured correctly.
First, enable the NFC feature on your phone, which is located in the connection settings on the device. Phone must have screen lock feature enabled as well. When ready to complete the purchase unlock screen, hold phone to card terminal. The phone will show a check mark as soon as payment is accepted.
Returns made through Samsung Pay are handled the same way as with your physical card–according to the store’s policies. If you return an item paid for through Samsung Pay, the store may require you to hover your device over either the card reader or the NFC reader to complete the return.
Most transactions made through Samsung Pay are viewable shortly after processing, for one month from the time of purchase. Simply open the app and tap on a card to see all the Samsung Pay transactions made with that card. Additionally, a notification with your transaction details will be sent to your device after each Samsung Pay purchase. Note: notifications require an active internet connection.
The card displayed in Samsung Pay won’t always exactly match your physical card.
The key points to look for are:
1. the card issuer
2. the card network
3. Verify last 4 of the card