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eAlerts

Stay connected with eAlerts. To enroll, log into your Online Banking account and select eAlerts under the Services tab.

  • Daily balance
     
  • Deposit alert
     
  • Minimum balance alert
     
  • Withdrawal transaction
     
  • Check cleared
     
  • Loan payment due date
     
  • Loan payment past due
     
  • Account security alerts
    • online banking locked
    • name/address changed
    • phone number changed

Apple Pay

Apple Pay™ is an app offered in Passbook that allows you to use an iPhone to make purchases by holding your device up to the contactless reader.

Making payments with Apple Pay™ is easy. The entire transaction is secure, as your credit and debit card numbers aren't stored on the device or on Apple's® server, so they're never shared with the merchant. And, if your iPhone is ever lost or stolen, just use the "Find My iPhone" feature.

How to Enroll

  1. Open Apple Wallet (for iOS 9 and up) or the Passbook® App on your eligible Apple device.
  2. Select "Set Up Apple Pay" then "Add a New Credit or Debit Card." If you're already using Apple Pay, swipe down and tap the "+" sign at the top right, then select "Add Another Card"
  3. Type in your card information or simply tap the camera icon and take a picture of your card. Enter the three digit security code found on the back of your card and fill in any remaining information.
    You're now ready to use your debit or credit cards with Apple Pay!

How to Pay

  1. Look for the Pay Wave® or Apple Pay™ symbol at checkout and hold your phone near the contactless reader.

    Apple Pay Icons
  2. Place your finger on the Touch ID™. Or, you may need to enter a passcode and sign a receipt.

    Pay with Touch ID
  3. Keep your phone by the reader until it vibrates and beeps, indicating your payment was accepted. 

    Done with Apple Pay

 
More questions? Read our full list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or learn more at applepay.com

Apple, the Apple logo, and the iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple Pay™ and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc.

Apple Pay FAQs

More information is available at https://www.apple.com/apple-pay/

You can add or remove cards when needed.

No. At this time your Apple Pay transactions will appear the same on your account history and statements as if you used your actual card. To see only your Apple Pay transaction you can view using the Passbook App, clicking on your Catholic Federal card, then click the small i symbol at the bottom to view the back of the card, and it will show recent Apple Pay transactions for that card.

You will not need to show your Catholic Federal debit or credit card when using Apple Pay, though many merchants still don't have this technology, so you may want to bring your card with you to make purchases at non-participating merchants.

Yes, Catholic Federal credit cards are eligible for Apple Pay use.

Yes, Catholic Federal debit cards are eligible for Apple Pay use.

If you have lost your card please call the credit union for assistance on reporting your card as lost. You will need to remove it from Apple Pay and upon receipt of the replacement card you will need to load the new card to Apple Pay.

With Apple Pay, you authorize each purchase with Touch ID. These features help prevent other people from using Apple Pay on your iPhone or iPad.

If your iPhone or iPad is lost or stolen, you can go to icloud.com/find or use the Find My iPhone app to suspend Apple Pay or wipe your device.

Yes, your Catholic Federal debit and credit cards are protected under the same card benefits as if you were to swipe your card to make the purchase.

Yes. When completing transactions using your Catholic Federal debit or credit card with Apple Pay, your name, card number and security code aren't shared with the merchant. Your card numbers aren't stored on your device or on the Apple Servers.

The retailer only receives a transaction-specific code to process your payment. A new code is sent each time, only being used once, keeping your accounts better protected against fraud.

  1. Open Apple Wallet (for iOS 9 and up) or the Passbook® App on your eligible Apple device. Select "Set Up Apple Pay" then "Add a New Credit or Debit Card." If you're already using Apple Pay, swipe down and tap the "+" sign at the top right, then select "Add Another Card."
     
  2. Type in your card information or simply tap the camera icon and take a picture of your card. Enter the three digit security code found on the back of your card and fill in any remaining information.
     
  3. You're now ready to use your debit or credit card with Apple Pay! If you receive a prompt to contact Catholic Federal to verify your card for Apple Pay, this is not unusual. Call our Member Contact Center at (800) 798-2328 / (989) 799-8744 ext. 890 during normal business hours.

At this time there are more than 220,000 stores with the list continuing to grow. Stores must have payment terminals with Apple Pay or Near Field Communication (NFC) turned on.

  • Look for the contactless and Apple Pay symbol at the register.
     
  • Hold your iPhone near the contactless reader with your finger on Touch ID™
     
  • Keep your phone by the contactless reader until it vibrates and beeps indicating your payment was accepted.

A few things to note about Apple Pay:

  • When you turn over your Card in Apple Pay, you will see two different sets of numbers.
     
  • One will be the last 5 digits of your Catholic Federal Card number.
     
  • The other is the Device Account Number, which is a unique number assigned to this Card on your Phone. If a merchant asks for the last 5 digits of your Card after you’ve made a purchase in Apple Pay, please use the last 5 digits of the Device Account Number.
     
  • There are no changes to your Catholic Federal Card or account.

Catholic Federal debit and credit cards are eligible to be added and used in Apple Pay. You must have an iPhone 6, or 6 plus.

Apple Pay is a new app offered in Passbook that allows you to use your iPhone6 or iPhone 6. Plus to make purchases by holding your device up to the contactless reader.

iTalk

iTalk helps make your financial management easier and convenient. Obtain your checking or savings account balances, make loan payments, transfer funds, place a stop payment and more!

How to Use iTalk

  • Dial: 1.800.475.2338
     
  • Listen to Menu Options
     
  • Press 1
     
  • Enter your account number

If you have used Catholic Federal’s previous phone banking system, Express Telephone, you will use the PIN you had established for that system.

First time phone banking users: In order for iTalk to verify your identity, the first time you call in you’ll need to enter your account number, followed by your Social Security number or Tax ID. This is the only time you will be asked to enter your Social Security Number. You will then be prompted to establish a 4- 15 digit PIN. Your PIN cannot start with 0.  For your account transactions and inquiries, you’ll always be asked to enter your account number and PIN.

iTalk System Menu Helpful Hints
  1. Account Balance
  2. Transfer Funds
    1. Make an Immediate Payment
    2. Transfer Funds Immediately
  3. Account History
  4. Share or Loan Withdrawal
  5. Account Management
    1. Change your PIN
    2. Stop payment activities
      1. Stop a Payment
      2. Stop Payment Inquiry
    3. Future dated transactions
  6. Card Services
    1. Deactivate or Report a Card lost or stolen
    2. Reorder a Card
  • Your Member Number is your Account Number
  • At any time, dial:
    • 1* for Help
    • 3* for Main Menu
    • 7* to Disconnect
    • 9* for a Different Member Number
    • 0 to Connect to a CFCU Representative
  • Your PIN does not expire, however you can change your PIN at any time
  • Use the star (*) as a decimal point when entering funds (example: enter12*34 for $12.34)
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