Pay Smarter with First Source Cards
Choose First Source as the Top of Your Wallet and Your Apps
When it’s time to make a purchase, from shopping online to restaurants, grocery stores, or anywhere your travels take you, use your First Source cards first.
What is Mobile Wallet?
All your cards in one location on your electronic device.
Add your First Source Visa Platinum or Platinum Rewards card to your mobile wallet. You can pay with your phone or mobile device at any register that accepts Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, Fitbit Pay and Garmin Pay.
Once uploaded into your “digital wallet”, each card has its own “token” which takes the place of the actual card number. Tokens mask card information, creating a layer of security for each transaction. If a merchant were to have a breach, your information would not be compromised.
Your phone must first have digital or mobile wallet capabilities. Older models may not have this technology installed. Please check with your provider.
Ensure a mobile pay solution, ie. Samsung Pay, Apple Pay, etc.is installed on your device. Some come with it pre-installed, others may need you to download from your app store. You may also need to set up an account. Again, check with your provider.
Once your mobile pay solution is ready to go, open the application and follow the easy prompts to upload your card(s).
Set your First Source Visa Platinum or Debit card to default.
Within the activation process you will need to accept the terms and conditions, and may be required to receive a text or email confirmation.
Once enrolled, you will recognize your First Source card(s) by the digital image and last 4 digits.
Tokenization limits fraud opportunities due to the following security measures:
Touch ID/Passcode will be required when your First Source card is added to your mobile wallet so only you can unlock it.
Tokens are only usable when paired with the device they are assigned to. The token, passcode, and electronic device all have to be together in order to make a purchase.
Lost/stolen devices can have their token suspended, which will not block your physical card. If you were to lose/damage your phone, you can suspend the digital wallet while still being able to use your physical card. Once you have a new phone you would enroll your card into your new phone’s mobile wallet.
Your card number is NEVER revealed to the merchant.
You are now ready to use your First Source card(s) within your mobile wallet.