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See how Click to Pay works for you.
Enroll your United Community Bank business debit card for an easy online shopping experience.

 


 

No more reaching for your card.

When you store your United Community Bank Mastercard® in Click to Pay you can shop without searching for your card or having to type in payment details. Whether on your smartphone, tablet or desktop, just look for the Click to Pay icon when checking out online where Mastercard® is accepted.

No more forgotten passwords.

Enroll once, click “Remember me” and speed through checkout. New device? No problem. All you need is your email address and Click to Pay sends you a secure one-time code so you can choose your saved business Mastercard® and pay online quickly and securely. No more passwords to remember, or forget.


Check out online with peace of mind. 

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Encrypted payment information.

Mastercard® Click to Pay stores your payment information using an encrypted, virtual card number unique to you to protect your Mastercard details so you can shop online with peace of mind.
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Sophisticated bot detection.

Humans and bots behave differently. It may be subtle, but the right security technology can keep your profile safe. Mastercard® Click to Pay uses the best security technology from Mastercard® to distinguish you from malicious bots at checkout for more secure payment with your favorite merchants.
 
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Protection against fraud.

As always, when you check out with a Mastercard®, you’re protected from unauthorized transactions with Zero Liability Protection1 and from identity theft with Mastercard ID Theft Protection™.2

Checking out with Click to Pay is as easy as 1, 2, 3.



Step 1
Look for the Click to Pay icon at any participating merchant. 



Step 2
Choose your saved United Community Bank business Mastercard® from a remembered device.



Step 3
Breeze through check out and get on your way.

Learning Center

Fraud Prevention: Card Cracking Scams

Banks and law enforcement are cracking down on an emerging scam known as “card cracking.” Card cracking is a form of fraud where consumers respond to an online solicitation for “easy money” and provide a debit card for the withdrawal of fake check deposits.
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Scam Alert: Beware of Home Warranty Expiration Letters

When you close on a mortgage—or complete any number of financial transactions—hackers are on the prowl for your information and ready to target you with communications that sound legitimate but aren’t. Check out some ways to spot what’s known as a “predatory” communication that you should absolutely ignore.
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Medical Debt and Your Credit Score

By United Community Mortgage Services

If you’ve paid off debt that was in medical collections, we have exciting news for you: that cleared debt is no longer included on your mortgage credit report. 2023 will see even more changes. See what the changes could mean for you. 
 
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*Tokenized transactions through Mastercard Digital Enablement Service require additional merchant implementation.