Digital Banking Trends Highlighting Digital Payments

As we look to 2021, we see many changes in the way that our members and community are engaged in digital platforms. The digital shift in 2020 has truly accelerated a lifestyle change for many. Whether you are purchasing groceries through Instacart and Amazon Fresh or ordering dinner through DoorDash, UberEats, or Postmates, you may be truly finding the benefits of living an active, cashless lifestyle.

At Travis, supporting this digital shift is well underway. Our debit cards are now available in your mobile wallet so you can enjoy the contactless experience of tap-to-pay or the convenience of using your Apple or Samsung Wallet. Using digital payment options allows you to live a cashless lifestyle while easily staying on track with your payments and simplifying the checkout process – all from your phone.

TCU will continue to focus on our members' digital experience so we can meet you wherever you are, with self-service card management options, support and fraud protection. A great way to manage peer-to-peer payment is through Zelle. Zelle allows our members to pay one another through a cashless, contactless experience right from your phone, like PayPal, Venmo or CashApp.

While 58% of Americans surveyed plan to stop using cash completely after the COVID-19 pandemic, I encourage you all to see how the TCU digital banking experience can allow you to truly be in control of your spending habits and allow you to feel secure about a safe digital banking experience.

Read more about our latest study on The Decline of Cash in a Digital Age.

Have you added your TCU debit card to your mobile wallet yet? Learn More.

Nav Khanna
Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Travis Credit Union

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