Safeguard payment data and reduce PCI DSS scope

Failing to protect payment data can result in lawsuits, fines and a damaged reputation. Secure Acceptance protects your business from these pitfalls by transferring sensitive payment data directly from your customer to our protected servers and data centers. Secure Acceptance can also simplify your PCI DSS compliance audit questionnaire to a few checkboxes.

Securely support the latest payment methods

Customers expect to make purchases anytime, anywhere, from any device. Secure Acceptance helps you stay a step ahead of payment trends—without compromising safety:

  • Streamline desktop and mobile customer experiences
  • Enable one-click purchases with card-on-file
  • Support payer authentication programs—such as Visa Secure, Mastercard Identity Check (ID Check), American Express SafeKey and JCB J/Secure

Solutions and integrations to fit your business needs

Secure Acceptance is available in two forms: Checkout Flow and Flexible Token. Checkout Flow is a simple, yet safe way to get up and running quickly. Flexible Token secures data, while letting you retain full control of the user experience.

A fully hosted checkout page that collects data directly from your customers and processes their payments.

  • Add branding elements to your checkout
  • Accelerate deployment across the globe with checkout templates in 28 languages for more than 40 countries*
  • Available in hosted and API options

Flexible token

Enables the secure exchange of a card number for a token at checkout.

  • Implement a high level of security and maintain full control over the user experience
  • Integrate security into your website and/or app
  • Available in hosted microform and API integrations

*Languages supported: Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu (Malay), Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Polish, Lao, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog (Philippines), Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese.

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