Pay With a Single Touch
Use Apple Pay™ and your ETFCU debit and credit cards to pay the easy, secure, and private way at hundreds of thousands of stores and participating apps. See a complete list of Apple Pay merchants here.
A Secure Way to Pay
Apple Pay transactions are authorized with TouchID™ thumbprint security or your passcode, and transactions never use your card number.
It’s Easy to Get Started
Make sure your iPhone® or iPad® has the latest version of iOS.
Add your ETFCU debit and credit cards to Apple Pay. Follow the on-screen directions.
Use it within apps or hold your device near a contactless reader with your finger on TouchID™.
Frequently Asked Questions
iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, or newer
iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 or newer
iOS 8.1 or later
Touch ID or passcode on your device
ETFCU credit or debit card
To add a credit or debit card on your iPhone, open Passbook and tap + in the upper-right corner. (Note: If you do not see the + symbol in the upper-right corner, swipe down and it should appear.)
If you have an ETFCU credit or debit card on file with iTunes, you’ll be asked to add it. You can also choose to add a different card using your iPhone’s camera or by entering your card information manually.
To add a credit or debit card on iPad, go to Settings > Passbook & Apple Pay, tap “Add Credit or Debit Card” and then follow the same steps for iPhone above.
Keep in mind, the first card you store in passbook is your default payment card, but you can always change that in Settings.
You can contact ETFCU at (812) 477-9271 or 1-800-800-9271, and we would be happy to assist you.
Apple Pay is more secure than using a traditional credit or debit card. Every transaction on your iPhone or iPad requires you to authenticate with your Touch ID or your passcode. Your card number and identity aren’t shared with the merchant, and your actual card numbers aren’t stored on your device or on Apple servers.
You can use Apple Pay with your iPhone to pay in stores that accept contactless payments. Look for one of these symbols at checkout:
Some stores might have this symbol on their card readers and point of sale terminals, but they might not be currently set up to accept contactless payments including Apple Pay.
On iPhone and iPad, you can use Apple Pay to pay within apps when you see the Buy with Apple Pay or Apple Pay button as a payment method. Look for these buttons in apps:
Click here to see a full, up-to-date list of stores accepting Apple Pay.
If you see this choice, we recommend that you choose Credit to get the most consistent Apple Pay experience. Choosing Debit might not always work successfully with some older merchant payment terminals and backend systems.
Yes. When you pay using Apple Pay, you’ll continue to receive rewards, benefits, and security that your credit or debit card provides.
No. The card image won’t be an exact match. Keep in mind this doesn’t affect how your cards work with Apple Pay.
With Apple Pay, you authorize each purchase with Touch ID or your passcode. These features help prevent other people from using Apple Pay on your iPhone or iPad.
If your iPhone or iPad is lost or stolen, you can go to icloud.com/find or use the Find My iPhone app to suspend or permanently remove the ability to pay from that device with Apple Pay. Your cards will be suspended or removed from Apple Pay even if your device is offline and not connected to a cellular or Wi-Fi network. You can also call us at (812) 477-9271 or (800) 800-9271 to suspend or remove your cards from Apple Pay.
When you suspend or remove your cards in Passbook, your device-specific Device Account Number is suspended or removed. You can continue to use your physical credit or debit card(s).
For additional information, please view our Apple Pay Terms and Conditions.