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Setup Andriod Pay™

Get Started:

You can start using Android Pay as soon as you add a credit or debit card to your Android device. Here's what you need:
  • Any HCE- or NFC-enabled Android device running KitKat 4.4 or higher
  • Android Pay app (download from Google Play Store)
  • SEFCU Mastercard® Credit and/or Debit Card

To set up Android Pay, open the Android Pay app on your eligible device. You can use your device camera to take a photo of your SEFCU Mastercard credit and/or debit card or manually enter your card information. Then enter any additional information required, such as your address. For security reasons, an extra verification step may be needed to enable your virtual card.

To add a card with your Android phone:

  1. Open the Android Pay app.
  2. At the bottom right, tap “+.”
  3. Select “add a credit or debit card.”
  4. Use the camera to capture your card information or enter it yourself.
  5. Enter the security code found on the card and provide additional information as required.
  6. Accept the terms of service and set the screen lock. (Activating Device Administrator is part of the Android Pay setup process).
  7. If requested, follow any additional steps to verify the card.

Note: After you add a card, you might see a small temporary authorization on your account. It will disappear soon after.

Upon successfully adding a SEFCU card to Android Pay, you will receive a notice from SEFCU confirming your registration. If you receive this notice and did not set up a Mobile Wallet, visit any branch or contact the Member Solutions Center at 800-727-3328.

You can use Android Pay at more than one million locations whose payment terminals are set up to accept Android Pay.

Not sure how to use and manage your cards with Android Pay? Click here for more information.

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