Mastercard® Debit Card

Introducing a contactless experience

Beginning January 10, 2022, newly issued First Federal debit cards will include a contactless chip for smooth, touchless payments. Simply tap your card and go!

Contactless cards include:

  • The latest chip technology for quicker, more secure transactions
  • A unique code only valid within 1-2 inches from the payment terminal, adding more protection to your personal information
  • An extended expiration period of 5 years

Step 1: Look for the contactless symbol

Look for this symbol at any payment terminal to determine if it accepts touchless payments.


Step 2: Tap your card on the payment terminal

Either tap your card, or wave within 1-2 inches of the terminal, when you’re ready to pay.

contactless icon

Step 3: Follow instructions on screen

You may be asked to sign or enter your PIN to complete the transaction.


Step 4: Complete your purchase

Once you hear a beep or see a green light, you’re good to go!

Pay on-the-go with mobile wallet

First Federal debit cards can be stored in mobile wallets, such as Apple Pay®, Google Pay™, and Samsung Pay® and other popular mobile wallets. Mobile wallets securely store your payment cards to simplify how you pay.

  • Register your card once
  • Tap or your touch with your phone to pay
  • Go "cashless" to make transactions as contactless as possible
  • Pay with mobile wallet at thousands of online merchants and more than one million store locations
  • Multi-tiered security measures safeguard your information
  • Zero liability protection so you're not held responsible for unauthorized transactions

If you have any more questions, check out our mobile wallet FAQs or contact us today.

*Mastercard is a registered trademark and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated

*Samsung Pay® is a registered trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

*Apple and Apple Pay® are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

*Google Pay™ is a trademark of Google LLC.


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