Data Security Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I lock Apple Pay?
Apple Pay is locked when the device is locked. A device passcode or Touch ID is required per transaction in order to use Apple Pay.
What is the Secure Element?
The Secure Element is a dedicated chip in the device that securely stores the device account number.
What is a device account number (token)?
A device account number (token) is a substitute account number that replaces your card number and is used to make secure purchases in stores and in app. A device account number won't work outside of the secure payment environment.
Am I liable for unauthorized charges made with Apple Pay?
Purchases made with your Chase credit, debit and/or Chase Liquid cards have Chase Zero Liability Protection for any unauthorized card transactions. This means that you won't pay for any unauthorized transactions as long as they are reported promptly. Certain limitations apply. Please see your cardholder agreement for complete details.
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For a list of compatible Apple Pay devices, see support.apple.com/km207105
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