on 16-02-2018 02:08 PM
The Halo ring does not work like a credit card. It is charged to a debit card.
All the marketing that it behaves and acts like a credit card and the use of "Mastercard Payment Platform" in the marketing blurb would indicate a link to a credit card. However, BW does not support this. Why would BW release a product, which apparently is in place of Apple Pay, charges customers to use the ring and not be linked to a credit card? This is completely ludicrous!
You might want to consider the wording of the advertising as someone will take action on this. Just another disappointment with BW and its products.
on 16-02-2018 04:01 PM
Hi @IanPGee, I'm really sorry you feel this way, and for any confusion caused here.
Can you please let me know where you have seen that the Halo Payment ring can be linked to a credit card? As our campaign and advertising does state that this can only be linked to a transactional account at present.
This link outlines the requirements - please let us know if you have any further questions.
on 16-02-2018 04:35 PM
As mentioned, it makes reference to credit card. The front screen of the advertisement, in the Benefits section it says "Secure Payments with Mastercard". I would cut and paste the screen shot but not so easy to do here.
More importantly, what is the problem with linking to a credit card and is there a review to do so?
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