Click to Pay with Visa
Buying things online just got easier.
Known before as Visa Checkout, Click to Pay safely keeps your payment and address details. This saves you the hassle of putting in your details every time you buy something online.
Set up your card for Click to Pay in just a few taps through our Mobile Banking app.
To set up your card for Click to Pay using our Mobile App you must:
- Have access to our mobile banking app
- Be aged 18 or over
- Have only one active debit card which isn’t already set up for Click to Pay
- Have a valid email address and mobile phone number registered with us
Set up today and pay confidently wherever you see the Click to Pay icon.
You can currently only set up one debit card for Click to Pay using our app.
If you have multiple debit cards, you can set up your cards for Click to Pay with Visa directly.
Where you can use Click to Pay
Once you're set up, here are some places you can use Click to Pay.
How to set up your card for Click to Pay
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Please note: Our Mobile Banking app is supported by devices running iOS or Android. The app is not compatible with some older versions of the operating systems – check the App Store or Google Play for more details.
If your phone has been subjected to unauthorised modifications (e.g. jailbroken or rooted) the app will not be compatible with your device.
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We don't charge you for Mobile Banking, but your mobile operator may charge for some services, please check with them. It may be unlawful to use some Internet and Mobile Banking services in some countries. Please check before you travel. Services may be affected by phone signal and functionality.
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