Samsung Pay 

Frequently asked questions

  • Digital Wallet help
  • Troubleshooting
  • Security
  • Using Samsung Pay
Using Samsung Pay
Samsung Pay is accepted at any of the millions of stores that accept contactless payments.
Head to the Samsung Pay website and follow the Use on Gear set up instructions.
For all purchases using Samsung Pay, you must verify your identity using your fingerprint, iris1 or a 4-digit PIN when making purchases. 
To remove a card from your wallet once it has been set up you will need to complete this via the Samsung Pay app. Visit Samsung Pay for more information.
No. Samsung does not store customers’ personal / payment information on a Samsung server or on their device. 
Customers’ payment information will continue to be managed by their card network and bank / credit union. Only a device-specific Token, which is used to replace their sensitive payment information is stored on the device.
You can register up to 10 payment cards in Samsung Pay.
Samsung Pay transactions will not impact any loyalty or rewards programs you have with Heritage. They will be treated like any other card transaction

You should call us immediately on 13 14 22 and we can assist you to suspend or delete your Heritage card/s. 

Your payment information is not accessible without your fingerprint or Samsung Pay PIN.

For added security, the Samsung Find My Mobile service can remotely lock or erase your payment cards in Samsung Pay.* 

If you are having issues with your Samsung Pay, check you are adding an active Heritage Visa Card that has the payWave symbol.

You will also need to be connected to the internet when adding a payment card.

If you have an international payment block on the card, this will also block the card from being loaded. 

If you are unable to resolve your issue, call our Heritage Contact Centre on 13 14 22.

You can visit Samsung Pay online for more frequently asked questions. 
Samsung has partnered with Heritage Bank to safeguard your personal, transactional, and payment information. Samsung Pay uses tokenisation and authentication methods to secure all cardholder information. In addition to the security measures implemented by Samsung Pay, Samsung’s KNOX service constantly monitors suspicious activity within the device to protect from malicious attacks.
KNOX is a platform that was designed in multiple layers across hardware and software so that your device can constantly ensure data is secure. If you’d like more information on this platform, head to 

Tokenisation is an extra layer of security, developed by Visa, Mastercard and American Express.

It creates a unique set of numbers for each new transaction, so your real card number is never used from Samsung Pay. Your card number cannot be copied or skimmed at the time of your transaction.

Tokens are used to protect your card details and payment information which reduces the security risks that comes with plastic cards. 

Digital Wallet help
Please contact Heritage as soon as possible. Once you report your Heritage card as lost or stolen, you will not be able to use it for purchases using your digital wallet. You will need to remove this card from your digital wallet.  After you receive the replacement card you must add the new card to your digital wallet.
Yes, however, it’s important you set-up or activate your card in your digital wallet before heading overseas. If you don’t have international roaming enabled on your device, you may encounter technical issues such as receiving your One Time Password.
If you've received a new card and your 16 digit card number is the same as your old card, you do not have to do anything. Your digital wallet will automatically update to take payments from your new card. This is often the case if you've received an automatic replacement for an expiring card.

If you've received a new card and your 16 digit card number is different to your old card, you will need to remove your old card from your digital wallet, then add in your new card details. This is often the case if you've reported your old card as lost/stolen, or if there has been fraudulent transactions on your old card.
If you think a transaction looks suspicious, contact Heritage’s Contact Centre on 13 14 22. Have details of your concerns at hand.
No. Whether you use a digital wallet or a physical Visa card, you are protected with Visa Zero Liability# against fraudulent transactions.
If selling or giving away your device you should make sure you delete all cards in any digital wallet. Alternatively, you may reset your device to factory settings which will also remove all token accounts. If you forget to do this, contact Heritage and we will can action this for you on your behalf.
Whether you use a digital wallet or a physical Visa card, you are protected with Visa zero liability# against fraudulent transactions.
Digital wallet transactions appear on your statement the same as any card transaction performed on your account.
Receipts should look the same as they always have. However, in some cases, receipts created from digital wallet purchases may display the last four digits of the token provided to the merchant (these four digits may differ from the last four digits of your physical card).