Coast Hills

Digital Wallets & P2P Payments

Simple and secure transactions straight from your mobile device.

Whether you’re grocery shopping or splitting the brunch tab with friends – you have easy and convenient options for both with just a tap or click.

Digital Wallets
Pay for purchases directly from your mobile device in seconds just by waving or tapping it at the checkout terminal.

Pay with Digital Wallets

Securely store your CoastHills Visa® debit or credit card to make purchases with your mobile device in store or online. Mobile payments are actually safer than using a physical card since none of your card or account numbers are stored and instead heavily encrypted into a unique code. That code is then replaced by a token, randomly generated with each use – which makes it useless and unreadable for fraudsters.

Setting up your digital wallet is easy

Apple Pay: To get started, you need a supported iPhone or iPad. Simply add your CoastHills Visa® debit or credit card to the Wallet app already on your phone by tapping the plus symbol (+) on the top right, then scanning your card with your camera.
Google Pay: First, download the Google Pay app from the Google Play store. If your CoastHills Visa® debit or credit card is already linked to your Google account, you can simply add it to the Google Pay app by confirming a few details. To add a new card, it’s as simple as taking a picture.

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Payments

Paying your babysitter or splitting a check has never been simpler than with P2P payments. Similar to a digital wallet, you can send and receive money right through your phone with FREE apps like, Zelle, Venmo, Cash App and PayPal. It’s more convenient that writing checks or handling cash and it’s easy to enroll by linking your CoastHills account, debit or credit card.

Setting up your P2P account

Each provider operates in a slightly different manner, however they all employ encryption and other security measures to ensure the safety of their user’s financial data. To set up an account, you simply link your bank account, debit card or credit card. It’s highly recommended that you also select additional safety mechanisms such as PIN code or text notifications, if available, to further protect your funds.

Things to keep in mind

While P2P services are typically a safe way to transfer money, there is always the risk of fraudsters trying to access your funds. Unlike bank accounts and debit or credit cards, balances held in P2P services may not be protected by FDIC insurance or federal law – which may leave you vulnerable to claims of unauthorized use or fraud and could make resolving claims of fraud more difficult. To lower the risk of being victimized by fraudsters, we recommend you only conduct P2P transactions with people you know. Most transactions are immediate and irreversible, a fact scammers are known to exploit. 

At CoastHills, protecting your account is a high priority. When using P2P payment systems, there is more risk involved, so please refer to the terms and conditions of the P2P service you are using for important information regarding your transaction. And remember, we will never email, call or otherwise ask you for your username, password or other electronic banking credentials.