- Centurion Member
- Posts: 251
- Joined: Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:46 am
- Location: Broward County FL
Walmart prompts for the back three numbers on an Amex, which I don't think your phone lets you see (or may not exist for the virtual number Samsung uses). Also magnetic transactions have been prompting cashiers to look at IDs especially for the past few years. Target sometimes asks for the last four digits of the card on magnetic transactions, and you would have to provide the virtual number Samsung Pay uses. Still, very interesting app/phone. I was curious if Samsung Pay would inherit problems from other magnetic wallets used in the past (like Coin) and it seems like it does.
I have an iPhone which comes with Apple Pay's spotty support. But at least merchants who accept it have no problems using it, and the number of merchants accepting Apple Pay has been increasing (if slowly). I hope Target will bring Apple Pay to stores this year, but they might be developing something similar to Walmart Pay.
American Express: Blue Cash Everyday (10k), Everyday, ; Discover It (7.3k) ; Target (2.1k)
Citi: Diamond (2k) ; Bank of America: Cash Rewards (2.6k) ; Capital One: Quicksilver (3k) , Sony ; Chase: Freedom (3.7k), Slate (3k), (Amazon) ; Barclay Ring ; Synchrony: Walmart MC, Amazon, Ebates