Some vending machines, for one reason or another, does not accept MasterCard debit cards. A swipe or Apple Pay payment will result in denial. And it will not allow you to use a MasterCard debit card. But under closer inspection I saw a logo: MasterCard PayPass. "Oh, well that's weird." I said. My card doesn't have PayPass. Then I went online and found out that I could actually order a PayPass. This was supposed to be a Tap-to-Pay contactless payment card that has been offered since at least 2012 but I had heard nothing of it. While I was doing the research I found out that PayPass isn't so good. Literally, you're walking around with an RFID tag that people can just scan and take the information. It's so easy. The same convenience that would've allowed me to pay so easily is the same effort hackers can use to take the information. And what's worse is the fact that the U.S. has not updated to chip and pin. That's even less security than you would normally have. In the U.S. neither the readers or the cards are supplied. We've already been through multiple data breaches and that was with just regular MasterCards. My PayPass is on the way, but I don't think I'll be activating it. I already have Apple Pay, which is probably more secure. Those Lays chips and diet Dr. Pepper will have to wait. That only leaves the question of why these readers are only taking PayPass. But not a regular swipe, or Apple Pay? And the tap to pay feature that PayPass offers, the tap to pay featured I'd always heard about, has anyone here had any issues with that?