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Apple Pay

Am I still protected by my card's insurance and assistance benefits if I use Apple Pay?

Yes, your insurance and assistance benefits are not affected when you make payments using Apple Pay. Apple Pay is simply a payment service and does not affect your card's functionalities or benefits in any way.


What insurance and assistance services are included with my debit and/or credit card?
How do I activate Apple Pay from my BILnet mobile app?