It's just as secure as a chip card at a chip-enabled register.
With contactless, you don't have to insert your card and wait.
To pay, tap your card on the reader, and you're good to go.
It's easy to pay with a contactless card
Just look for the symbol at the checkout and tap your card to pay. If a store doesn't have contactless readers, you can still swipe your card or use a chip reader.
Where can I use a contactless card?
Anywhere that accepts credit cards. If a register isn’t contactless-enabled, the card can still be swiped or inserted. Contactless technology is supported by thousands of merchants, including McDonald’s, Starbucks, Subway, Trader Joe’s, Walgreens and Whole Foods.
How do I pay using a contactless card?
Just look for the contactless symbol at checkout and place your card on the reader to pay quickly and securely.
Are contactless cards as secure as chip cards?
Yes, the card still has chip protection. When used at a chip-enabled register, a unique code is created that changes each time the card is used.
What I can do to help prevent my contactless card from being accidentally charged?
While merchants initiate purchases, it’s important to make sure only one contactless device is close to the reader. So when using your Capital One contactless chip card, please separate it from other contactless cards.
Capital One does not provide, endorse, nor guarantee any third-party product, service, information or recommendation listed above. The third parties listed are not affiliated with Capital One and are solely responsible for their products and services. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners
The Contactless Indicator mark, consisting of four graduating arcs, is a trademark owned by and used with permission of EMVCo, LLC.