Mobile Wallet

Simple. Secure. Fast. 

Make quick, secure payments using your smart phone. Rivermark is one of the first credit unions in Oregon to offer Samsung Pay, Android Pay and Apple Pay to our members. 

  • Save the hassle of carrying plastic cards that can be lost or stolen. 
  • Securely make payments without transmitting your card number or name. 
  • Reduce your chance of fraud. 
  • Pay quickly and easily using your mobile device. 

Mobile Wallet Security

Mobile Wallets tend to be more secure as they do not hold your card information. Instead, encrypted keys are passed during the transaction and the retailer never sees your actual card number or name. This additional layer of security helps reduce the chance that your information could be accessed or stolen. 

Rivermark offers the following options for your mobile wallet. Click on the icons below for more details. 

Apple Pay:

Pay using your iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus or Apple Watch. 

 

Samsung Pay:

Pay using your Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 active, Galaxy S6, or Galaxy Note5.

 Android Pay:

Pay using any NFC-enabled Android phone running KitKat 4.4 or newer.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Apple Pay
Android Pay
Samsung Pay

Apple Pay

How does Apple Pay work? 
Simply add your Rivermark Visa or debit card to Passbook. Once set up, the number on the front of your Rivermark card will be replaced with a digital account number that will be securely stored on your Apple devices. Simply hold the device in front of a contactless reader at a participating retailer to make your payment. Here are step by step directions for setting up your Rivermark card on your device. 

How is this more secure? 
Only the digital account number is passed on to the retailer. Your payment details including account name and number are never shared with the retailer or seen by the cashier. This reduces the threat of personal data being compromised. If your device is ever lost or stolen, you will not need to cancel the cards attached to your Apple Pay account. You simply reset your digital account number, which can be done quickly and easily.

What merchants accept Apple Pay?
Apple Pay is currently accepted at hundreds of thousands of stores (and growing!) and in select iPhone apps. Major merchants include McDonalds, Whole Foods, Walgreens, Staples, Subway and more.

Is Apple Pay free to use? 
Yes, but messaging and data rates may apply depending on your plan. Check with your carrier for details. You do not need to be connected to the internet to use Apple Pay in-store.

When I get a new card will I need to update it in Apple Pay?
Yes, anytime you get a new or updated card you’ll need to re-enter the information into Passbook & Apple Pay. This includes all reissued or replacement cards.

 

Android Pay

How does Android Pay work? 
Instead of transmitting your actual credit or debit card number at the register, Android Pay creates a unique and encrypted number along with a dynamic, one-time security code or cryptogram to process your payment. Merchants will not see your name or have access to your actual card number; further protecting your account information.

Does Android Pay show recent transactions? 
Yes. You can review your last 10 Android Pay transactions. 

What merchants accept Android Pay?
Android Pay is currently accepted at hundreds of thousands of stores (and growing!) and in select iPhone apps. Major merchants include McDonalds, Whole Foods, Walgreens, Staples, Subway and more.

Is Android Pay free to use? 
There is no cost to cardholders for using their Rivermark card in Android Pay. However, your Rivermark card’s terms and conditions will apply to purchases. Also, additional message and data charges may apply depending on your wireless plan.

When I get a new card will I need to update it in Android Pay?
Yes, anytime you get a new or updated card you’ll need to re-enter the information into Android Pay. This includes all reissued or replacement cards.

 

Samsung Pay

How does Samsung Pay work? 
Instead of transmitting your actual credit or debit card number at the register, Samsung Pay creates a unique and encrypted number along with a dynamic, one-time security code or cryptogram to process your payment. Merchants will not see your name or have access to your actual card number; further protecting your account information.

Does Samsung Pay show recent transactions? 
Yes. You can review your last 10 Samsung Pay transactions. 

What merchants accept Samsung Pay?
Samsung Pay is accepted at almost all payment terminals. Can be accepted at most payment terminals with a card reader. 

Is Samsung Pay free to use? 
There is no cost to cardholders for using their Rivermark card in Samsung Pay. However, your Rivermark card’s terms and conditions will apply to purchases. Also, additional message and data charges may apply depending on your wireless plan.

When I get a new card will I need to update it in Samsung Pay?
Yes, anytime you get a new or updated card you’ll need to re-enter the information into Samsung Pay. This includes all reissued or replacement cards.

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