Scotiabank to Offer Apple Pay to Customers

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Further to the announcement of the arrival of Apple Pay in Canada, Scotiabank announced that the Bank will add Apple Pay to its line-up of mobile payment options in the coming months. With the addition of Apple Pay, Scotiabank will now offer customers a mobile wallet service on almost any device.

“Canadians are highly mobile-engaged and are looking for secure and simple technology solutions that provide them with access to their financial information anytime, anywhere,” said Brian McCabe, Vice President of Day to Day Banking at Scotiabank. “Scotiabank is committed to delivering innovative, safe and secure mobile payment services to our customers, and we look forward to adding Apple Pay to our line-up of mobile solutions.”

Scotiabank is investing heavily in technology to better serve our customers and exceed their expectations. Delivering a world-class customer experience is critical to maintaining and growing our customer base now and in the future. Mobile banking solutions are the fastest growing banking channels at Scotiabank.

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