Mastercard® Click to Pay
Mastercard Click to Pay lets you store your card details securely so there’s no need to enter them every time you make an online purchase.
Just look for the the Click to Pay logo when you check out.
How to register for Click to Pay
You’ll need to setup a Click to Pay profile. Do this when you check out (if the Click to Pay logo is present) or through the Mastercard Click to Pay website.
Enter your email address and receive a One Time Password (OTP).
Then, enter your card details and shipping address to complete your registration.
How to use Click to Pay
When you check out:
- Choose the Click to Pay logo
- Choose your preferred card
- Click ‘Pay’
When you check out for the first time using Click to Pay, you’ll receive a One Time Password (OTP).
After verifying the OTP, your device or browser is remembered so you won’t need to enter a password again.
Adding multiple cards to Click to Pay
You can add more cards by selecting the + symbol in your Click to Pay profile.
You’ll need to go through the registration process again.
A separate shipping address can also be added.
How to update shipping and contact details
You can make updates via your Click to Pay profile.
Click to Pay security
Click to Pay is safe and secure.
Businesses won’t access your card number. Click to Pay stores your details securely using an encrypted, virtual card number (also known as a token) so you can shop online with peace of mind.
As always, when you shop using your Mastercard, you’re also protected from unauthorised transactions with Zero Liability Protection5 and Mastercard Identity Check.
The Click to Pay icon is a trademark owned by and used with permission of EMVCo, LLC
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