How do we keep your payment card information secure?
One of the questions that we hear frequently from customers and one of the issues we are the most passionate about is: “How do we keep your payment card information secure?” With security threats on the rise, you can rest at ease when using TransactU for your online donations and payments.
In 2007, ServiceU became one the few companies in the nonprofit market to achieve Level 1 Payment Card Industry compliance. This was a very rigorous process that took more than a year, but when all was said and done, we were able to guarantee the same online payment security offered to customers by eBay, PayPal, and Amazon.
ServiceU is certified by Visa and MasterCard as a Level 1 Service Provider that is in compliance with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS). Visa, MasterCard, and the other major credit card companies have jointly developed these strict security regulations to make sure that your credit card information is safe when you use your credit card in a store and online.
In order to become PCI Compliant, organizations must undergo extensive reviews to make sure their technology and security meet the rigorous requirements. This is a time consuming and expensive process. However, instead of going through the process yourself, you can use a vendor such as ServiceU who offers a PCI-compliant solution and avoid all the headaches. You can rest assured that we meet all the industry standards to keep your information safe and secure.
Due to TransactU security policies, your organization does not have access to member's credit card numbers, and the funds are deposited automatically into your bank account. The data is secure because it is never housed on your computers—it remains safe and protected with ServiceU.
Because ServiceU is PCI Compliant, we take care of all the details, worry, and liability so you don’t have to. You have peace of mind because your member’s data is protected at the highest level.
Interested in learning more? The links below take you to additional information about PCI compliance.
PCI DSS and MasterCard Site Data Protection Program: http://www.mastercard.com/us/merchant/security/sdp_program.html