CardSwap

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Easily Update Your Preferred Payment
Method For Your Favorite
Digital Services

 

CardSwap COMING OCTOBER 2021

 

At Credit Union 1 we are always looking for ways to make our account holders’ lives easier. That is why we will soon be offering a better way to update your preferred payment information for all of your streaming, shopping, and other online services—so you can skip the lines at malls and department stores.

CardSwap lets you update all your favorite digital services, like Netflix, Amazon, Uber and more* — at the same time, in the same place, saving you time and hassle. This makes it easier to replace lost cards, or to open and use new accounts.

Just log in, update your payment info once, provide login info for your service providers, and CardSwap does the rest.

 

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*None of the listed companies are associated with, sponsor, or endorse this product.

FAQ

CardSwap Questions

What is CardSwap?

CardSwap lets you automatically apply new debit or credit card information across your favorite subscription and digital point of sale (POS) services (Hulu, Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, etc.*) in a single, elegant workflow.

*None of the listed companies are associated with, sponsor, or endorse this product.

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How does CardSwap work?

Simply enter your CU1-issued card information once, enter login credentials for your subscription services, and the new preferred payment information is automatically tested and applied in real-time. It takes only 24 hours for these updates to be made across services.

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Does CardSwap work for both debit cards and credit cards?

How many subscription or digital point-of-sale vendors are supported by CardSwap?

There are 55 vendors supported by CardSwap including:

Amazon | Netflix | Hulu | iTunes | Uber | Spotify | HBO NOW

Disney | Squarespace | Pandora | ADT | Play Station | and more!*

*None of the listed companies are associated with, sponsor, or endorse this product.

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Is CardSwap secure?

Yes. Data is encrypted utilizing AES 256 encryption and all web services are HTTPS/SSL. Encryption keys are managed using hardened systems where sensitive data is only used in memory, and never stored in our own databases.

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When authenticating into my subscription services, am I immediately notified of a successful or failed log-in attempt?

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