Digital Wallet

Pay without your wallet.

In today's digital age, managing finances and making payments has become more convenient than ever, thanks to digital wallets. A digital wallet, also known as an e-wallet, is a virtual storage space that securely stores payment information, such as credit or debit card details, allowing users to make purchases online and in stores without the need to carry physical cards. Two popular digital wallet platforms are Apple Pay and Google Pay, which offer seamless and secure payment options for users of Apple and Android devices, respectively. Both Apple Pay and Google Pay utilize advanced security measures such as tokenization and biometric authentication to protect users' payment information. This ensures that sensitive data is never shared with merchants, reducing the risk of fraud and unauthorized transactions. Digital wallets like Apple Pay and Google Pay offer a convenient, secure, and efficient way to make payments both online and in-store. By leveraging the power of technology, users can streamline their financial transactions and enjoy peace of mind knowing that their payment information is safe and protected. Add your Community Bank debit card today and try it out! 

How to add your debit card to your apple wallet:

1. Open the Wallet app on your iPhone.
2. Tap the "+" (plus) icon in the top-right corner.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to add a new card.
4. You can choose to add a card by manually entering the details or using the device's camera to capture the card information.
5. You will be prompted to verify your card by entering a code sent via text or email.
6. Once added, you can use the card for contactless payments with Apple Pay.

How to add your debit card to your google wallet:

1. Open the Google Pay app on your Android device.
2. Tap on the "+" (plus) icon or "Payment" at the bottom of the screen.
3. Choose "Credit or debit card" from the options.
4. Enter your card details manually or use the device's camera to capture the card information.
5. Follow any additional prompts to verify your card, which might include a verification code sent by your bank.
6. Once added, your card will be available for making payments with Google Pay.