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How to Add a Card to a Digital Wallet
How to Add a Card to a Digital Wallet
Updated over a week ago

By adding your Gabriel Secured Card to a digital wallet, you can use your iPhone or Android phone to make payments.

Adding to your Apple Wallet

  1. Open the 'Wallet' app.

  2. On the right top corner, tap on the '+' icon.

  3. Select 'Debit or Credit Card' and tap 'Continue'.

  4. Hit 'Enter Card Details Manually'.

  5. Open the 'Gabriel Money' app.

  6. Tap on 'Card' at the bottom of the screen.

  7. Under the 'Overview' page, tap on the Gabriel Secured Card image.

  8. Copy the card information and paste it into the 'Wallet' app.

  9. Follow the steps on the screen to add your card.

Adding to your Google Wallet

  1. Open the 'Google Wallet' app.

  2. At the bottom, tap Add to Wallet '+'.

  3. Tap Payment card. Any cards you saved to your Google Account are shown.

  4. Tap 'New credit or debit card'. Enter details manually.

  5. Open the 'Gabriel Money' app.

  6. Tap on 'Card' at the bottom of the screen.

  7. Under the 'Overview' page, tap on the Gabriel Secured Card image.

  8. Copy the card information and paste it into the 'Google Wallet' app.

  9. At the bottom, tap Save.

  10. Read the Issuer Terms and tap Accept.

Adding to your Samsung Pay

  1. Navigate to and open 'Samsung Pay' on your phone.

  2. Tap Menu (the three horizontal lines) in the top left corner, and then tap 'Cards'.

  3. Next, tap 'Add card'; it looks like a credit card with a plus sign next to it. Next, tap 'Add credit/debit card'.

  4. Follow the instructions to register your card. When you add a card, you must agree to the card's terms and conditions.

  5. Open the 'Gabriel Money' app.

  6. Tap on 'Card' at the bottom of the screen.

  7. Under the 'Overview' page, tap on the Gabriel Secured Card image.

  8. Copy the card information and paste it into the 'Samsung Pay' app.

  9. Once the card is added, you can start using it to make in-store purchases with your phone!

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