There will be no changes to how transactions will appear on NAB Internet Banking, NAB Connect, the NAB app or customer statements.
You can view the last ten transactions using the Samsung Pay app on your paired smartphone. This will show you the merchant name, date and amount.
You cannot see any transaction details on your Samsung Pay device other than a success message when the payment is completed, unless your chosen Samsung Pay device is your paired smartphone.
For personal cards, as normal, a primary cardholder can view all of your additional/secondary cardholders transactions by checking the last four digits of the card number displayed beneath each transaction on your cardholder statements, NAB Internet Banking or NAB Mobile Internet Banking.
For business cards, the facility/business owner can view all cardholder transactions via NAB Internet Banking, NAB Connect or the NAB app.
When you enrol for Samsung Pay your device is allocated a virtual card number. For added security, this is used for contactless purchases instead of your physical card number. The last four digits of the digital card number will appear on receipts for Samsung Pay purchases, and allow you to identify which virtual card number belongs to which device if you have more than one device registered for Samsung Pay.