Chase Adds Apple Pay Support to Nearly 16,000 ATMs

By Paul Riegler on 2 August 2018
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Chase announced it added support for Apple Pay to almost all of the 16,000 automated teller machines it operates.  The updated ATMs will also support Samsung Pay and Google Pay.

The bank is also adding cardless access to all ATM vestibules located separately from the branch.

Using a mobile wallet such as Apple Pay is more secure when conducting transactions at an ATM than using an ATM card, even one with an EMV chip because Apple Pay keeps an individual’s credit card (or debit card) information private and replaces the card number with a tokenized Device Account Number while it creates a dynamic unique security code generated for each transaction.

“As more of our customers are using digital wallets to pay, we’re pleased to be able to provide them with the same experience at the ATM,” said Sol Gindi, the bank’s chief administrative officer.

Cardless ATM access is available to all customers with a JP Morgan, Chase, or Liquid card.

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