Store your First Southwest Bank debit card in your mobile wallet to tap and pay today!
Upgrade your wallet and take your banking to the next level with Digital Wallet. Digital Wallet allows contactless payments at participating retail merchants, in-store, in-app or online. This is a secure and more convenient way for you to pay for goods and services. If your phone is in your hands, so are your eligible debit cards.
It's quick, easy, and free to add your FSWB debit card to your Digital Wallet on your compatible mobile device. Once your card is verified, you're ready to shop.
Your card number is not stored on your mobile device. When you make a purchase with your Digital Wallet, there is a unique token that is used to transmit your payment so that your card information and your identity are never shared with retail merchants.
Use your mobile device to make purchases anywhere mobile purchases are accepted using either Apple Pay or Google Pay. Digital Wallet is faster than other forms of payment and accepted at many retailers. Simply hover your mobile device over the terminal.
Quick Tip: To know if Digital Wallet is accepted, just look for this icon next to the Point-of-Sale (POS) terminal.
What is Digital Wallet?
First Southwest Bank's Digital Wallet gives you a quick, contactless, and easy way to make in-store, in-app or online purchases using your mobile device. It securely stores your FSWB Personal, Business or Health Savings Debit Card in one place on your mobile device rather than using a physical card.
Is Digital Wallet Safe?
Digital Wallet is a safe and secure way to shop. Digital Wallet uses a feature called Near-Field Communication (NFC) which is a wireless data transfer that allows your mobile device to share data when you’re in close proximity. Merchants won’t be able to view your card number because it is encrypted and it is not stored on your device, so your information is safe.
Where can I use Digital Wallet?
You can use Digital Wallet at participating retailers online, in app or in store. You will want to look for the Digital Wallet icon to know if it is accepted. When shopping in-store, you may also have to ask the cashier at checkout to be sure.