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Apple Pay Come on

Posted by Dairypac Dairypac
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Come on BankWest. It's time to stop faring about and allow your very loyal customers to use Apple Pay. I deeply resent seeing BankWest offer solutions which include Google. There reputation is abysmal. Sorry don't want a ring. Just go with available secure technologies

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Re: Apple Pay Come on

Posted by MegB MegB
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Hi @Dairypac, we don't have any updates on Apple Pay I'm sorry. We're aware this is something some of our customers (myself included) are keen for and have looked into this, but haven't been unable to come to a commercial agreement with Apple to provide this to our customers. I can appreciate this is disappointing and am sorry I don't have a different answer for you.

The Halo is just as secure as a debit or credit cards with PayPass, uses the same technology and is available to all of our customers.

 

 

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