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Android Pay

As a Community First Credit Union credit or debit cardholder you can now pay with your phone at more than 1 million stores across the U.S. with Android Pay.

What you need to use Android Pay:

  • Android device running KitKat 4.4 or newer
To determine if you smartphone is compatible with Android Pay, go into your phone settings and tap �About Device� option to display the Android Operating System.

 Easy. Secure. Private.

Mobile convenience with the security you expect from Community First. When you make payments with Android Pay:

  • Your full card number is not stored on your phone or shown to the merchant.
  • You are covered with 24/7 risk and fraud detection systems.
  • You can view your transactions on your mobile device. 
  • You will continue to earn the benefits available with your card, including rewards points for our Great Rewards card users. 

Setup is simple.

Step 1
Download the Android Pay app from the Google Play Store and open it. 

If your Community First credit or debit card is already linked to your Google account, you can simply add it to the Android Pay app by confirming a few details. 

Step 2
Take a photo of your card.

Step 3
You're done. 

Note: You may be asked to verify your card. If so, you will be prompted to "call the card issuer" and you will be connected to our processing partner at 1-855-648-2862. 

Once your information is verified, you will receive a notification that your Community First card is ready to use.

Using Android Pay. 

Android Pay gives you a new way to pay with your smartphone, offering simplicity, security and choice. Simply:
Step 1
Unlock your device (no need to open the app).

Step 2
Hold the back of your device near a contactless payment terminal.

Step 3
Your phone will beep or vibrate, and you'll receive a confirmation on-screen letting you know the payment was made.

Android Pay, the Android Pay word design, the Android Pay design logo, Android Pay graphics, and the Android Pay word design, either separately or in combination, are hereinafter referred to as �Android Trademarks� and are trademarks of Google Inc.