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$20 Statement Credit from Wells Fargo when you Setup Apple Pay

Squilly 2,512 699 October 27, 2014 at 12:24 PM in Finance (2)
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Just got the email. If you buy something with Apple Pay on your Wells Fargo credit card, you get a free $20 Statement Credit. Here's the email:
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Last Edited by penguinrewards October 27, 2014 at 08:38 PM
"Credit card customers will receive $20 credits on their statements within 1-2 billing cycles, while debit and prepaid customers will receive $10 credits on their linked Wells Fargo checking accounts within 45 days. Simply use your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus to complete an Apple Pay purchase on your card through November 30."

http://www.macrumors.com/2014/10/...y-credits/
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niiiiice!! thanks! any thoughts on how secure Apply Pay really is??
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Interesting they are offering this when retailers are trying to move from NFC to a QR code payment system.

Seems the QR code system is being backed by Walmart and has companies like CVS, Rite-Aid, Best Buy are shutting off their NFC terminals.

I've been using the Softcard on my Note 2 for about 9 months and really like it but I went to use it today at my local Whataburger and for the first time it wouldn't scan. Don't know if they are following suit or if the terminal was having communication issues.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/mon.../17959213/
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Quote from Rayray123 View Post :
niiiiice!! thanks! any thoughts on how secure Apply Pay really is??
I personally like it. Used at mcdonalds before.
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Interesting they are offering this when retailers are trying to move from NFC to a QR code payment system.

Seems the QR code system is being backed by Walmart and has companies like CVS, Rite-Aid, Best Buy are shutting off their NFC terminals.

I've been using the Softcard on my Note 2 for about 9 months and really like it but I went to use it today at my local Whataburger and for the first time it wouldn't scan. Don't know if they are following suit or if the terminal was having communication issues.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/mon.../17959213/
I hate the idea behind CurrenC and hope it dies.
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Quote from Rayray123 View Post :
niiiiice!! thanks! any thoughts on how secure Apply Pay really is??
All NFC payments are safe. It works by generating a one time code for the payment. Think of it like paypal. The "wallet" service (apple pay, google wallet, softcard, etc) pays the retailer then your payment option (credit card, bank account, etc) pays the "wallet" service.

Being your actual card is never used, there is no way the card information can be compromised.
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Just got the email. If you buy something with Apple Pay on your Wells Fargo credit card, you get a free $20 Statement Credit. Here's the email:
click the last link in the email and post it here
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niiiiice!! thanks! any thoughts on how secure Apply Pay really is??
More secure than 40+ year old mag stripe tech.
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I personally like it. Used at mcdonalds before.

I hate the idea behind CurrenC and hope it dies.
I do as well. When I started using Softcard almost a year ago, I did it for the $1 back option and thought it was to much of a gimmick to actually use every day.

Basically I was doing if for $0.25 bottles of water from vending machines which are everywhere around where I live.

Now I use it just about every time it is offered and tend to go to places that have it over places that don't.
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Just got an email from wells fargo and i thought i would share!


Wells Fargo has just launched a program offering credits of up to $20 just for trying out the service. Wells Fargo credit card users can receive one-time $20 credits, while debit and prepaid card users can receive $10 credits simply by using their iPhone 6 or 6 Plus to complete an Apple Pay purchase on their cards through November 30. Smilie

ONLY FOR IPHONE 6 AND 6 PLUS USERS!

https://www.wellsfargo.com/jump/c...-apple-pay

Enjoy!Cool
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Just got an email from wells fargo and i thought i would share!


Wells Fargo has just launched a program offering credits of up to $20 just for trying out the service. Wells Fargo credit card users can receive one-time $20 credits, while debit and prepaid card users can receive $10 credits simply by using their iPhone 6 or 6 Plus to complete an Apple Pay purchase on their cards through November 30. Smilie

ONLY FOR IPHONE 6 AND 6 PLUS USERS!

https://www.wellsfargo.com/jump/c...-apple-pay

Enjoy!Cool
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Uhhh are you serious?

Free $20?

Doesn't McDonalds have these? Brb gonna get paid $19 to get a McChicken.
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#13
i got the same email, but it was only a $10 credit...i have two checking accounts though.
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#14
Do they accidentally double the credit too or just the charges?

...can't believe no one said this yet.
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use apple pay get double charged ...no thank you
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