Digital Wallet

Transform your phone into a digital wallet

Apple Pay

It’s never been easier, safer, or more private to pay in stores, restaurants, taxis, vending machines, within apps, and on the web. Learn where and how to pay with Apple Pay.

What do you need to use Apple Pay:

* Eligible device – https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208531

* A supported card from a participating card issuer – https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204916

* The latest version of iOS – https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204204

* watchOS – https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204641

* macOS – https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201541

* An Apple ID signed in to iCloud – https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204053

Set up Apple Pay on your phone

  • Pick your Bank of Brookhaven credit or debit cards
  • Add your cards your Wallet (Settings -> Waller & Apple Pay)
  • Click on Add Card
    Take picture of your card
    Or add card details manually
  • Agree to the Terms and Conditions
  • Complete card verification
  • After your bank or issuer verifies your card, tap Next. Then start using Apple Pay.

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Want to add Apple Pay to your iPad or Apple Watch -> see details here.

Pay in stores and other places

With your iPhone or Apple Watch, you can use Apple Pay wherever you see one of these Apple pay symbols (insert symbol)

You can pay with Apple Pay in stores, restaurants, taxis, vending machines, and many other places.

Pay with iPhone with Face ID

1. To use your default card, double-click the side button, then glance at your iPhone to authenticate with Face ID, or enter your passcode.
2. Hold the top of your iPhone within a few centimeters of the contactless reader until you see Done and a check mark on the display.
Watch the demo to see how it works.

Pay with iPhone with Touch ID

1. To use your default card, rest your finger on Touch ID.
2. Hold the top of your iPhone within a few centimeters of the contactless reader until you see Done and a check mark on the display.

Watch the demo to see how it works.

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Google Pay

Google Pay ™ is accepted at over one million retailers across the U.S., and in some in-app purchases. All you need to get started is an Android device and your Bank of Brookhaven debit or credit card.

What do you need to use Google Pay:

  • Make sure your phone is running Android Lollipop (5.0) or higher.
  • Add cards, bank accounts, and other payment methods to Google Pay.
  1. Important: Some features only work with certain payment methods. – https://support.google.com/pay/answer/7625139#certainfeatures

Set up Google Pay on your phone

  • Download Google Pay.
  • Open the Google Pay app and follow the setup instructions.
  • When you’re asked to, add a card.
  • You may be asked to set up a screen lock on your Android device. Google Pay works with PIN, pattern, password, fingerprint, or retinae scanning screen locks. It won’t work with screen locks like Smart Unlock or Knock to Unlock.

Pay in stores and other places:

Step 1: Wake up and unlock your phone

Turn on your phone screen, then unlock your phone. You don’t need to open the Google Pay app.

Step 2: Hold the back of your phone close to the screen for a few seconds

When you’re done paying, you’ll see a blue check mark on the screen.

If you don’t see one:

  • Try holding your phone a different way. Your NFC antenna could be near the top or bottom of your device.
  • Hold your phone closer to the screen.
  • Hold your phone for a few extra seconds.

If you do see a check mark but the cashier says the payment didn’t work:

  • Double-check that the store accepts mobile payments.
  • Contact your bank to check that your card is working right.

Step 3: If prompted, follow the instructions on the screen

Some stores use older software that asks for a PIN or signature. If you’re asked, follow the steps on the screen.

  • Debit cards: Enter the PIN you set up with your bank. This PIN is different from the PIN you use to unlock your device.
  • Credit cards: For larger transactions, sign the receipt or the signature box on the screen.

*** Your credit or debit card numbers are never shared with merchants or transmitted at payment. Instead of your account numbers, your unique Device Account Number is encrypted and stored in a dedicated chip. ***