Why are the last four digits of my card number in Payment & Billing different from my real credit card?

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Sophie Chitsaz
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When using Google Pay or Apple Pay as your selected payment method in Crunchbase, you may notice that the last four digits appearing in your Account Settings are different from those on your actual credit card:

This is a normal and expected function of digital wallet transactions. Both Google Pay and Apple Pay are extremely secure payment portal that do not share your personal payment information with their merchants. 

When completing an online transaction using a digital wallet payment method (i.e. Google Pay or Apple Pay), a unique virtual card number replaces the numbers on your actual physical card. You can be sure that your payment information is safe, secure, and more protected against fraud.

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