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  #1616312 23-Aug-2016 13:39
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@danepak Countdown has always been a pain with debit cards + Paywave. You normally need to insert your card regardless for anything except credit cards.

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  #1616438 23-Aug-2016 17:24
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I can pay at Countdown using the ANZ app but can't use NFC with a Westpac debit card and NFC.




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  #1616478 23-Aug-2016 18:44
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michaelmurfy: @danepak Countdown has always been a pain with debit cards + Paywave. You normally need to insert your card regardless for anything except credit cards.

Edit: 5000th post.

 

As far as I can tell, Countdown only supports Visa contactless, sadly.




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  #1616482 23-Aug-2016 18:56
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toejam316:
michaelmurfy: @danepak Countdown has always been a pain with debit cards + Paywave. You normally need to insert your card regardless for anything except credit cards.

Edit: 5000th post.

As far as I can tell, Countdown only supports Visa contactless, sadly.

I've got Visa contactless and it doesn't work

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  #1616483 23-Aug-2016 18:56
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Just tried at New World. Here I'm told that the card is declined.

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  #1616484 23-Aug-2016 18:58
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danepak:
toejam316:
michaelmurfy: @danepak Countdown has always been a pain with debit cards + Paywave. You normally need to insert your card regardless for anything except credit cards.

Edit: 5000th post.

As far as I can tell, Countdown only supports Visa contactless, sadly.

I've got Visa contactless and it doesn't work

 

Odd - it definitely works with my G.E. Money Visa Credit, but my Westpac Mastercard Debit doesn't work. May need more investigation then.




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  #1617349 25-Aug-2016 13:14
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OK, so for the actual VISA credit card, I obviously have a pin (let's just call it 1234)

 

For the ANZ app, I have another pin (let's pretend that's 4567)

 

When I try to set up contactless paying in the ANZ app, it asks me to create a PIN for the card.

 

My question is: Does this PIN have to be the same as the card pin (1234)? Can it be the same or can it definitely NOT be the same (so it has to be anything but 1234)?


 
 
 
 


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  #1617352 25-Aug-2016 13:21
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danepak: My question is: Does this PIN have to be the same as the card pin (1234)? Can it be the same or can it definitely NOT be the same (so it has to be anything but 1234)?

 

I *think* it can be anything; but to be honest, that's a question best answered by the bank.  You could call them on the 0800 number.

 

 


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  #1617373 25-Aug-2016 13:56
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toejam316:
danepak:
toejam316:
michaelmurfy: @danepak Countdown has always been a pain with debit cards + Paywave. You normally need to insert your card regardless for anything except credit cards.

Edit: 5000th post.

As far as I can tell, Countdown only supports Visa contactless, sadly.

I've got Visa contactless and it doesn't work
Odd - it definitely works with my G.E. Money Visa Credit, but my Westpac Mastercard Debit doesn't work. May need more investigation then.

 

Visa Credit and MasterCard Credit will always work contactless, but only Visa Debit will work contactless, not MasterCard Debit. Its due to the interchange agreement that Progressive has.


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  #1617433 25-Aug-2016 15:35
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I called ANZ and was told that the PIN for the ANZ Wallet can be anything (doesn't have to be the same as my card PIN).

 

However, was also told that the phone has to be 'awake', when I try to do the payment (so the screen has to be lit).

 

Will give it a go later today or tomorrow.


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  #1619124 29-Aug-2016 13:55
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Nope, still doesn't work.

 

I've ensured that the phone is 'awake'.

 

I've taken the cover off and still same issue.

 

When I tried at Countdown today, it just kept asking me to try again. After I'd given up (and used my credit card instead), I received a message on the phone app, stating that there was a connection error.

 

The only thing I can think of, which can cause a problem, is that I've got a small magnet on the back of the phone (used as a phone mount for the car).

 


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  #1619138 29-Aug-2016 14:00
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danepak:

 

Nope, still doesn't work.

 

I've ensured that the phone is 'awake'.

 

I've taken the cover off and still same issue.

 

When I tried at Countdown today, it just kept asking me to try again. After I'd given up (and used my credit card instead), I received a message on the phone app, stating that there was a connection error.

 

The only thing I can think of, which can cause a problem, is that I've got a small magnet on the back of the phone (used as a phone mount for the car).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Is it a standard model? the difference between ANZ here and aus, appears to be in NZ they are all whitelisted. So only very few non Samsung and specific samsung at that models are 'approved'. Although the app has a payment option on my XT1092 (motorolla X g2) it has similar errors regarding please swipe card or declined..

 

 

 

(Click the see full list link)

 

https://comms.anz.co.nz/gomoney/gomoneywalletsetup.html

 

 


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  #1619143 29-Aug-2016 14:05
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Yep, it's compatible.

 

  • Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900I)

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  #1619151 29-Aug-2016 14:17
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danepak:

 

Yep, it's compatible.

 

  • Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900I)

 

 

 

There goes that theory. Unless they also have it limited to specific OS build numbering...

 

 

 

I take it your settings menu displays a 'tap and pay' option (once NFC enabled) and its fully populated by the goMoney NZ defaults. As mine does, but won't work due to model :(


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  #1619211 29-Aug-2016 16:33
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Yep, ANZ chosen.

 

 

 

 

By the way, which setting is correct here (mine is set to Auto Select, as you can see):

 


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