Online, you’ll need to access the verification page and sign in to your online account. To verify a Chase card over the phone, enter your 16-digit card number and the last four digits of your Social Security number when the system prompts you. Both types of verification will only take a few minutes.
Create a Chase.com account by clicking "Not enrolled? Sign up now." if you haven’t already, and log in. To create an account, you'll need your Social Security number as well as you card, account or application number.
Check your credit card number and click "Next" to verify your card. Then, click "Go to accounts" to view and manage your account.
You can activate your Chase debit card online, by logging in to your account with your username and password. After logging in, select activate card. You will be redirected to a screen where you will have to enter your 16 digit card number and verify your identity. After completing the verification process you will be asked to choose a four digit PIN number.… read full answer
It only takes a minute or two to activate a Chase credit card, and you’ll be able to make purchases with your card as soon as you do. If you don’t activate your Chase credit card, you may run into problems trying to use it.
You can use your Chase credit, debit and/or Liquid cards with Apple Pay after adding it to the Apple Pay wallet. Then, you can make purchases in stores that accept contactless payments, the same way you would pay with your physical card. You can also use your card with Apple Pay for in-app purchases.… read full answer
This feature allows you to pay for your purchases with your iPhone or Apple Watch instead of your physical card. Purchases will still show up on your Chase card statement, and you’ll earn the same rewards (if applicable).
Here’s how to use your Chase card with Apple Pay:
Open the Wallet app. For Apple Watch users, this is located in the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.
Tap "Add Credit or Debit Card" or the + sign from the top right corner of the screen.
Scan the card with the phone’s camera or enter the card’s details manually.
Confirm everything is correct to add the card to your Apple Pay Wallet.
Pay with Apple Pay at merchants by opening the app and tapping the phone on the reader. To pay for an in-app purchase, choose Apple Pay as your payment method and follow the on-screen instructions.
Apple Pay provides the same benefits and protection as your physical card, including zero liability protection. You won’t be held financially liable for any reported unauthorized charges made using your Chase card through Apple Pay.
You can find out more info about using your Chase card with Apple Pay on their website.
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