In China nowadays, we mostly pay with things using our phones through 微信 (Wēixìn) = WeChat and 支付宝 (Zhīfùbǎo) = Alipay. I often go to the shop, and get them to scan my phone for payment, whence I say:
qǐng sǎo wǒ de
I intend to mean "please scan my [phone]", leaving off 手机 (shǒujī) = phone for succinctness. I want to check if this is suitable, and if not, what an appropriate alternative would be.
Question: Is 请扫我的 an appropriate way ask the cashier to scan my phone for payment?
Edit: corrected a typo (the original version had 清 instead of 请).