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Android Pay

Add a digital version of your SFPCU card to your Android Phone

Shop faster and more securely when you add your SFPCU Platinum Visa to Android Pay.

Mobile Wallet for Android Devices

Download the app
Download the Android Pay app from the Google Play Store and sign in with your Google account.

Carry a digital version of your SFPCU Platinum Visa!
Add your card
Tap the plus sign in the lower right, select "Add a Credit or Debit Card", and take a picture of your card with your phone's camera. Confirm your information and save.

Contactless payment symbol
Shop in stores or online
Look for the contactless payment or Android Pay symbol in stores or online, and pay with the digital version of your Platinum Visa!

Which of my SFPCU cards can I use with Android Pay?

At the moment, you can add your SFPCU Platinum Visa to Android Pay.
Look for your SFPCU MasterCard® Debit Card to be added soon!

Frequently Asked Questions

For more information about pairing your SFPCU Platinum Visa with Android Pay, read our FAQs below.
To learn more about the Android Pay service, visit the official Android Pay website.

How do I add my credit card to Android Pay?

On your Android device:

  1. Download the Android Pay app from the Google Play Store and log in with your Google account.
  2. Follow the on-screen prompts to capture a photo of your card information, or enter the information manually.
  3. Accept the terms of service.
  4. Set screen lock.
  5. If additional verification is requested, follow the on-screen instructions.
How do I use Android Pay?

Look for the contactless payment symbol or Android Pay logo at payment terminals or online checkout.
Pay with your phoneandroid pay icon

In Stores

  1. Unlock your phone.
  2. Hold your phone near the payment terminal.
  3. Choose Credit or enter your PIN if prompted.
  4. Wait for the confirmation message on screen.

Apps

Look for the "Buy with Android Pay" button in participating apps, which allows you to check out with the tap of a button.

Why am I being asked to make a phone call to verify my card for Android Pay?

For your security, the process of adding your SFPCU card to Android Pay may require you to make a telephone call to verify your information. A representative will ask some standard security questions before proceeding with activation.

Is my digital card/virtual card protected against fraudulent charges?

Yes. The digital version of your card is protected by the same fraud monitoring and services as your plastic card.

Which SFPCU cards are eligible for Android Pay?

Currently, you can pair your SFPCU Platinum Visa with Android Pay. Look for your SFPCU MasterCard Debit Card to be added soon!

Can I add my card to multiple devices?

Yes. You can add your card to digital wallets to multiple devices.

If I delete my SFPCU card from Android Pay, can I still use my plastic card?

Yes. Deleting the digital version of your card from Android Pay has no effect on your plastic card.

What should I do if I lose my plastic SFPCU credit card?

If you lose your plastic card, be sure to contact us and report your card as lost or stolen immediately.

What happens to my card if my phone is lost or stolen?

If you lose your Android device, you can lock it remotely via Android Device Administrator. Monitor your card transaction history via Online Banking and if you see any suspicious activity please notify us immediately.


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