Banking

Landscape Entry Prevents ATM Theft and Increases Debit Card Safety and Security

It’s no longer enough to take measures to protect your physical safety and your cash after a transaction at the ATM – now you must be aware of cameras and skimming devices that secretly record (steal) your bank account numbers and PIN numbers.

Detecting ATM Card Skimmers

Card Skimming


Thieves are always looking for new ways to steal your information and although Card Skimming is not a new practice it is on the rise. Card skimming is the illegal collection of personal and account information from the magnetic strip on a debit or credit card.

How does skimming happen?

Manage Apple Pay

Change your default card

The first card that you add to Wallet is your default card. If you add more cards and want to change your default, use these steps.

Go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay on your iPhone or iPad. Tap Default Card, then choose a new card.

To change the default card for your iPhone, you can also open Wallet, touch and hold a card, then drag it to the front of your cards.

Update your billing and contact information

You can update the information for a card that you use with your iPhone or iPad at any time.

Using Apple Pay

Pay in stores

With your iPhone or Apple Watch, you can pay in stores that accept contactless payments. Just look for one of the below symbols at checkout.

To use your default card, rest your finger on Touch ID and hold your iPhone within an inch of the contactless reader until you see Done and a checkmark on the display.

Get your iPhone Ready

In order to use Apple Pay, you need to have a compatible device and the right version of iOS. For in-store purchases, Apple Pay is compatible with the iPhone 6/6s, iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus, and the iPhone SE, which are the only iPhones equipped with the requisite NFC radio antennae. Besides NFC compatibility, the other piece of the hardware puzzle is a Touch ID sensor, but—unfortunately—iPhone 5S owners are out of luck.

Online Banking

Online banking refers to any banking transaction that can be conducted over the internet, generally through a bank’s website under a private profile, and with a desktop or laptop computer. These transactions include services traditionally offered at local branches without having to go to one. Online banking is generally defined as having the following characteristics:

What Is Mobile Banking?

Mobile banking allows you to perform many of the same activities as online banking using a smartphone or tablet instead of a desktop computer. However, simply accessing the bank’s website on a mobile device is not the only method of mobile banking. Mobile banking’s versatility includes: