With Apple Pay having officially been rolled out, many consumers have started to adapt Apple's mobile payment system and conduct transactions without directly involving their credit card details. With Apple Pay, all you have to do is enter your card details in your iPhone once and the rest will be taken care by a Device Account Number which will be used by your device to conduct transactions. But what if loose your iPhone and need to remove your card details from Apple Pay? Well, that can be done in a few easy steps, and we'll show you how.
So in order to remove your data from Apple's servers, first you're going to need to go to iCloud.com. After you've opened the page, head over to the Settings menu by clicking on the gray icon. After you've opened up Settings, you'll be shown all the Apple devices which you're using and have signed in to iCloud with the account used to log in.
See that little Apple Pay icon besides the iPhone 6? It relates to Apple Pay settings on your device. It will open up settings which will tell you the last four digits of the credit cards being used with Apple Pay, the serial number of the device being used and its IMEI number.
If you look underneath the credit card number, you'll see an option to remove the details all together. If you click on it, you'll see a confirmation message pop up asking you to confirm the action. It also tells you that you can add your details again through Passbook if the need arises and that it might take up to 30 seconds to remove your card information. This is probably due to the various networks your card information has to go through.
So that's it folks. If your device ever gets stolen you'll know how to remove your information remotely from Apple's servers. Let us know in the comments section about what you think.