Samsung Pay is a quick and easy way to make mobile payments using your Samsung smartphone. You can store your cards and access them with a simple swipe to make a purchase. You may want to delete unused cards if you have more than one stored. This will make finding the cards you use frequently more accessible and avoid security issues if you lose your phone. Here’s how to remove a card from Samsung Pay.
Read more: How to set up and use Samsung Pay
To remove a card from Samsung Pay, tap the menu button in the top left corner and navigate to Credit/debit cards. Select the card you want to remove, tap the three vertical dots icon in the upper right corner, then select Delete card. Confirm your selection to delete the map.
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How to remove a card from Samsung Pay on your phone
Open the Samsung Pay app, tap the menu button (three horizontal lines icon) in the top left corner and go to Credit/debit cards. You can also press the Credit/debit cards section on the app’s home screen if you see it. Tap the card you want to remove. Tap the three vertical dots icon in the upper right corner and select Delete card. Confirm that you want to delete the card and remember that you will also lose transaction history. Faucet Wipe off to remove the card from Samsung Pay.
How to remove a card from Samsung Pay on your watch
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Long press the back button on the smartwatch to launch Samsung Pay. Swipe to the card you want to remove and tap the three vertical dots icon. Select Wipe off and tap the minus icon to remove the card.
If you have an older smartwatch, you can also remove a card from your phone through the Galaxy Wearable app. Launch the app, tap Pay Samsungselect the card you want to get rid of, swipe up to view card details, then tap Wipe off. Confirm your selection to remove the card from your watch.
Read more: How to Disable Samsung Pay’s Swipe Feature
The app will delete your card information, including the digital card it creates for tokenization. You will also no longer find the card’s transaction history on the app.