You can authorise a payment from your Nationwide card using Samsung Pay by:
- swiping up from the home button on your Samsung device screen; or
- entering the Samsung Pay app, and
holding your device within a few centimetres of the card terminal and either using fingerprint or iris scan on your device or entering your device password, PIN or pattern.
You can also make 'Tap and go'' payments by simply placing your device within a few centimetres of a card terminal. These payments can only be made for travel through the TFL network.
If you're using a Samsung Gear S3, once you've strapped on the device and entered your PIN, to authorise a payment you'll need to press and hold the 'Back' key to launch Samsung Pay and hold your device within a few centimetres of the card terminal.
For security reasons, you may occasionally need an internet connection before you can make a payment.
When you authorise a payment, the Samsung Pay App will automatically select the card you used for your last Samsung Pay transaction on that device, from your list of pre-selected favourites. If you want to change the card you pay with, you can do this by swiping up from the home button or entering the Samsung Pay App and select a different card before you authorise the payment. If you're using Samsung Gear S3, you can change the card you pay with by launching Samsung Pay and rotating the screen to select a different card.
You can only make payments at merchants who have supporting contactless technology. Any payment you make will be deducted from your account in the same way as it would if you made a plastic card payment. Contactless payment limits may apply to payments authorised using Samsung Pay. This can vary between retailers and payment card terminals that are used. A retailer may refuse a payment transaction if it exceeds the current contactless limit applicable to them.
As is usual for card payments, you can't stop a payment made using Samsung Pay once you've authorised it, but the merchant (or we) may make a refund.