The New Way to Pay Online
Shop online, keep your personal information safe at home.
GET CASH BACK FROM OVER 1,200 Brands
As an early adopter of CT Checkout, you’ll receive a free $10 encrypted prepaid debit card to connect to the app. From there, you’ll receive an ongoing 25% cash-back earned from over 1,200 brands in the CT Checkout Rewards Mall.*
For example, if a national merchant has a 6% cashback and you spend $100, you will get $6 for that purchase. CT Checkout will give you an additional 25% = $1.50, just for being a charter member – making your total cashback on this transaction = $7.50!
CT Checkout provides the most secure way to make online purchases, connecting the CT Checkout prepaid debit card to our encrypted eWallet App on your smart device.
CT Checkout enables you to shop and pay online safely. No one sees your card data which means no hacking or identity theft of your encrypted cards.
*Reserved for the first 1,000 early adopters. Sign up today!
WHAT IS A 'CARD-PRESENT' PAYMENT?
When you make a purchase in-store using their terminal, you are making what is called a “card-present” payment. The transaction is secured, and no one ever sees your card data.
When you make a purchase online, your card is vulnerable to hackers and identity theft.
You can protect your spending by using the CT Checkout app.
Whenever you use CT Checkout to shop online, your data will be safe.
Simply fill out the encrypted form with the required by information*. Upon approval, we will activate your prepaid debit card and load $10. We will then place your encrypted prepaid debit card on your CT Checkout app. We will also mail your physical $10 prepaid debit card to you.
Visit www.ctcheckoutstore.com and save up to 10% when you make a purchase! No one sees your card data. You can also shop with your encrypted prepaid debit card at websites accepting CT Checkout, or use your physical prepaid debit card anywhere Mastercard is accepted.
* You must register online and have your identity verified. To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.