Yes! Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay never use your actual debit or credit card number when transmitting payments. Instead, they create an encrypted device account number stored in the Secure Element, a dedicated chip in your phone. When you make a payment, the device account number and a transaction-specific dynamic security code process the payment.
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1 First Financial Bank does not provide technical support for Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Samsung Pay. Contact Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Samsung Pay support for any difficulties or issues using the app.
2 Data or message fees from your wireless carrier may apply. Online banking enrollment is required for Snap Deposits and Mobile Apps.
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