A secure way to pay
Rest easy. Apple Pay transactions are authorized with TouchID™ thumbprint security or your passcode, and transactions never use your card number.
When you register your card with Apple Pay, a Device Account Number is assigned and securely stored in a dedicated chip in your device. Then when you make a payment, the Device Account Number and a dynamic security code unique to that transaction are used to process your payment. Your credit card number is never shared with Apple or the merchant. And your Apple Pay is protected by the security features on your device, your passcode and TouchID. And if your device is ever lost or stolen, you can quickly locate it using the Find My iPhone app. You can even put it in Lost Mode to deactivate Apple Pay or wipe your device completely. You can also change your device’s ability to utilize Apple Pay via your iCloud settings at iCloud.com.
It’s a snap to get started
- Make sure your Apple Pay capable device has the latest iOS version.
- Add your KALSEE Visa credit card to Apple Pay… It’s easy.
- Use it within apps or hold your device near a contactless reader with your finger on TouchID. No need to open an app or even wake your display.
Adding your card to Apple Pay
Adding your KALSEE Visa credit card is simple via the Wallet or Passbook app. Simply open the app, then tap the plus sign in the upper right corner. Then follow the on-screen instructions. Apple may require you to call and verify your card info, including your date of birth and recent transaction history.
(Hint: if you have trouble adding your card using the phone’s camera, try typing in your card number manually.)
Look for these icons at checkout
You can also see if a retailer accepts Apple Pay from their listing in the Maps app.