Apple Pay – Incorrect Card Designs

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nouveau-apple

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When you load a card into Apple Pay, you should see a card that looks like the one in your wallet.

For Apple Pay users, how do your cards appear in Apple Pay? Does it look like your own card? Or is it generic?

My Apple Pay looks like this



When the card should look like, and is even represented in their wallet app, like this



What about your credit cards?
 

C DM

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Whatever the bank decides to put there that's what goes. As long as I can tell which card is which that's really what plays a role for me.
 

nouveau-apple

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Capital one said they are fixing it. First world problem it may be, but that's where we live right now.

I won't be happy until the generic look goes away.
 
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nouveau-apple

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Whatever the bank decides to put there that's what goes. As long as I can tell which card is which that's really what plays a role for me.
It's my money. If they can't get a card design right, then why would I trust them with anything else? If the card does not match my actual card, then why load it on there?

 

TheAppleFairy

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It's my money. If they can't get a card design right, then why would I trust them with anything else? If the card does not match my actual card, then why load it on there?

Maybe instead of waiting for them to fix the design in Apple pay you can get them to send you a card that looks like the one in Apple pay. Problem solved.

I keep wondering if you are old enough to even have a credit card.
 

nouveau-apple

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Maybe instead of waiting for them to fix the design in Apple pay you can get them to send you a card that looks like the one in Apple pay. Problem solved.

I keep wondering if you are old enough to even have a credit card.
Why would I do that? They don't make cards that look like that. Which again, makes me question what this generic blue card is.

Not only that, but the prices of your purchases are not shown inside the Passbook app, but instead shows two lines.

How am I supposed to keep track of what's being purchased when the information is not displayed correctly?

This was something that was supposed to be fixed before.
 

Cergman

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When you load a card into Apple Pay, you should see a card that looks like the one in your wallet.

For Apple Pay users, how do your cards appear in Apple Pay? Does it look like your own card? Or is it generic?

My Apple Pay looks like this



When the card should look like, and is even represented in their wallet app, like this



What about your credit cards?
I have the same card haha.
Same problem here.
 

Phone Junky

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Why would I do that? They don't make cards that look like that. Which again, makes me question what this generic blue card is.

Not only that, but the prices of your purchases are not shown inside the Passbook app, but instead shows two lines.

How am I supposed to keep track of what's being purchased when the information is not displayed correctly?

This was something that was supposed to be fixed before.
Use the Capital One app and the Capital One Wallet app. Then you could find something to complain about with them. Must be a rough life for you where everything isn't exactly the way you want it. SMH
 

tmiw

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Interestingly enough, my US Airways card became the Aviator Red card yet Apple Pay still shows US Airways. I would think it'd change but maybe I need to re-add it?
 

dontwalkhand

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I am with you. I want my cat on my cards but Wells Fargo said it was impossible. I know Apple Pay won't either.
Wells Fargo does offer you to upload a picture to place on their physical cards. And when you do the new cards have chip and PIN too.
 

Andres Cantu

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When you load a card into Apple Pay, you should see a card that looks like the one in your wallet.

For Apple Pay users, how do your cards appear in Apple Pay? Does it look like your own card? Or is it generic?

My Apple Pay looks like this



When the card should look like, and is even represented in their wallet app, like this



What about your credit cards?
I could see how that gets to you. I know it would annoy me as well!
 

Cpt. Gilgamesh

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You're Apple Paying wrong!

As long as the general color scheme is the same, I would be happy. I understand how it would get you. But, just be happy you can Apple Pay; my bank will probably take years to catch on even though they say they're working on it.
 

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