Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I sign up?
- Each of these payment systems are a little different in the way they work but with each you will need a smart phone or tablet and your Central National Bank debit card to get started. For more information on each payment system and where they’re accepted, please visit your vendor's websites.
- Apple Pay: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204506
- Samsung Pay: http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/app/samsung-pay
- Google Pay: https://pay.google.com/about/
- What is it?
- Apple, Samsung, and Google Pay are payment systems that allow you to make purchases using your smart phone, tablet, or smart watch instead of sliding your debit or credit card.
- Why should you use my digital wallet?
- Using a Digital Wallet is faster, safer and more convenient than carrying around a wallet full of cards. Your wallet uses tokenization to create a unique randomized set of numbers to be used at each new transaction, meaning your card number is safe during the point of sale transaction.
- Where can you use it?
- The list is growing; please refer to the websites above for a more complete list of merchants who accept digital payments.
- What if you lose your phone?
- With all three of these digital payment systems your information is not stored or shared. For extra security your phone will require a thumbprint or pin code to make a purchase, this helps prevent other people from using your cards if your phone is ever lost or stolen. For more information on this topic refer to the websites above.
View our Digital Wallet Terms and Conditions
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