Last weekend I added a credit card to Android Pay for the first time and used my phone to pay for a purchase at a grocery store. That Monday, the bank that issued the card called me and said that for security they were disabling the card and issuing me a new one.
They told me that there were no fraudulent charges, but Visa had contacted them and told them that there was reason to believe the card might be "compromised." That was the only information they had, and there is no apparent way for me to contact Visa and find out more.
Has this been known to happen when adding cards to Android Pay? The system is supposed to be more secure, but is it possible that using a card from a phone for the first time could be flagged as suspicious behavior?
Phone information: I'm using a LG G3 with the latest version of Android. It's not rooted. I downloaded Android Pay from the Google Play store.