This is Verizon Visa Card®, issued by Synchrony Bank. This app helps you manage your credit card account- from paying your bill, checking your transaction history, and seeing how many Verizon Dollars you’ve earned, which you can then redeem for rewards on the My Verizon app.
To get started, register with your Verizon Visa Card number. Or log in if you’ve already set up an account on the app. Once you’re registered, you can:
• Check your card balance.
• Check your recent transactions.
• Check your payment history.
• Pay your card current balance.
• Check rewards balance.
• Receive notifications and spending alerts.
• Freeze your card when it becomes lost or stolen.
• Turn on autopay to pay monthly bills.
• Create a profile with your most recent account information.
It’ll earn the top spot in your wallet.
Use your Verizon Visa Card everywhere it’s accepted to earn Verizon Dollars*. To redeem your Verizon Dollars, go to the My Verizon app.
• 4% on gas and grocery store purchases.
• 3% on dining purchases.
• 2% on Verizon purchases.
• 1% on all other purchases.
Exclusive card benefits:*
• Get up to a total of $100 in credit applied to your Verizon Wireless bill over the first 24 months, when you use your Verizon Visa Card to pay your wireless bill every month.
• 2 free TravelPass days per year.
• Autopay discount for Wireless and Fios when you sign up for paperless billing and autopay with the Verizon Visa Card.
• No annual fee.
• No foreign transaction fee.
*Purchases subject to credit approval. See your Verizon Visa Credit Card Rewards Terms and Conditions for details and restrictions.
Card members can now receive alerts for purchases, bill due dates and late payments.
Members can also now freeze their card when it becomes lost or stolen, set up autopay
and edit their personal profile.
Ratings and Reviews
Love the idea, could be implemented better
I love the idea of a Verizon credit card to which the rewards you can use right on your bill.. however, the latest version of the app could use some tweaking. For instance, you’re taken to a “Home” page which is essentially useless. The menu has a “manage cards” section (to my knowledge they only offer one credit card), and a Redeem Rewards menu option which just directs you to the main Verizon app. It feels like they’re trying to justify the need for an app by filing it up. All they really need (and should implement for better ux design IMO) is right when you launch the app you’re taken to the login page and Face ID automatically scans you in just like many credit card apps. From there, you have everything you need (Make a Payment, transaction history, reward details). It would really streamline the process. Oh, and for some reason payments disappear in the activity section when it comes closer to the payment actually processing which is confusing, and you’re not able to make a payment more than the total amount .. which is often useful when you’re wanting to pay for transactions you just made but are still in that processing period.
It’s not bad. But I feel like it could be better. As far as a credit card app, it’s better than Discover, but not nearly as good as Capital One. As far as it being part of my Verizon service, really would be 10 times better if it wasn’t separate from my account. Could still have two separate apps, but where one is all of the shopping and what not, the other is for just your account/ account and credit card if you have one. Not sure. But as I said in little words previously, UI and speed is definitely better than Discover/ probably BofA too, but not as good Capital One. Capital One has by far the the best UI/app overall
Worst in breed
Doesn't show payments that have been processed. Well, usually it doesn't. I had one payment show up for a while before it then disappeared, only to reappear a few days later. This is very confusing, and I almost double-paid a time or two until I learned I just have to wait three or four days. I also now check my email because I do get an email confirming the payment I made through the app even though the app seems unaware. It's like the guy from Memento wrote a credit card app.
Also, it shows transactions that have been reversed. Well, sometimes it does. For some reversed transactions. When a transaction gets reversed, at first it looks like a duplicate charge with nothing to indicate it's a credit: no minus sign, no CR, no parens around the number. Nothing. Once the reversal is processed, the original charge and the reversal both disappear, though sometimes one of the original charges may reappear for a while, but when you call, the customer service rep can't see what the app is showing, only some other view that's different from what the app shows. Makes it hard to have a productive conversation.
Seriously, you aren't the first people to have a credit card app. It's okay to peek at the others to see what they do and try to copy them. I'm a developer myself, and this is just embarrassing.
I like the rewards, so I'm keeping the card for now in spite of the incredibly lame app.
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- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
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