Samsung Pay®

Convenience has never been this easy.

Keep Your NASB Debit Card Secure

With your NASB Debit Card and Samsung Pay you can conveniently make purchases at hundreds of thousands of stores using your Samsung device.1 Keep your debit card secure in your wallet and pay confidently on the go.

  • Swipe up to launch Samsung Pay® on your phone.
  • Authenticate your purchase with your fingerprint, PIN, or iris.
  • Pay with your phone.

Samsung Pay

Security Built In

Samsung Pay transactions are authorized by your fingerprint, iris scan, or PIN, and use a digital identifier instead of your card number. And, even if your phone is compromised, Samsung Knox technology encrypts your card info within a separate, secure data vault.

Ready to Get Started?

Setup is simple. Just download the Samsung Pay app from the Google Play store on your compatible mobile device1 (if it's not pre-loaded on your device). After downloading the app, open the Samsung Pay app and add your NASB Debit Card by following the on-screen instructions. Swipe up to open the app and hold your unlocked phone near the contactless payment terminal.

  1. Make sure your compatible Samsung device1 is updated with Samsung Pay
  2. Take a picture of your NASB Debit Card with your device’s camera
  3. Secure it with your fingerprint and backup PIN and you’ll be ready to go

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Samsung Pay FAQs

Samsung Pay® is a service that allows you to pay for your purchases with your eligible devices1 at participating merchants by holding your Samsung device over a contactless reader.
By using Samsung Pay, you will never be handing over personal information to a teller like you do with a credit card. Your NASB card number will never be stored on your phone or given to a merchant leading to a more secure transaction. Clunky wallets and heavy purses are a thing of the past. Now all you need to do is keep your phone on you.
Samsung Pay does not store your account information or credit card numbers on your mobile device, instead using tokenization for transactions. Every time you make a purchase, the Samsung Pay app sends two pieces of data to the payment terminal. The first set of data is a 16-digit token that represents the credit or debit card number and the second set is a one-time code generated by your mobile device’s encryption key.
Payments cannot be made from your phone without being authorized via fingerprint, iris scan, or a PIN. If you register with Samsung’s Find My Mobile service, you can remotely erase information on the phone, including any cards stored in your Samsung Pay app.
Now you can add your NASB Debit Card to your Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, S8, S8 Plus, S8 Active, Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus, Note 5, Gear S2, Gear S3, Gear Sport, and the Galaxy J7 Pro to make convenient purchases nationwide.
There are no added fees associated with accepting Samsung Pay.
Yes, although you will only be able to make 10 payments without the device being on Wi-Fi or cellular data. You will also need an active internet connection to add a card and to access your transaction history.
Yes. Merchants may require you to hold the phone against the payment terminal in the same manner you did to make the purchase to process the return. You will be asked to match the payment information on the receipt with the last four digits of your virtual card number. This can be accessed through the Samsung Pay app.
Open your app and snap a picture of your card and sign where necessary. Your cards will be securely backed up and can be restored with your Samsung account.
You can add up to a total of 10 payment cards. These include credit cards, debit cards, and private-label credit cards (store credit cards). However, there is no limit to the number of gift cards that can be added to Samsung Pay.1

1 Available on Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, S8, S8 Plus, S8 Active, Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus, Note 5, Gear S2, Gear S3, Gear Sport, the Galaxy J7 Pro, and other select Samsung devices, most major carriers and supported cards. See for complete list.