OmniFund Passport Lessens the
Stay Out of PCI Scope with Passport Transactions
OmniFund is the Data Custodian
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of stringent requirements placed on anyone handling, storing, or transmitting sensitive consumer financial information, holding them responsible for safeguarding that data against hackers and thieves. Continually ensuring compliance can be difficult to manage; but with OmniFund Passport, you’re covered.
Ensure that You and Your Customers are Protected
The consequences of a data breach can be catastrophic, especially if a merchant was non-compliant. Legal fees, penalties, and loss of customer trust can ruin a business. Meanwhile, the lives of your customers can be disrupted by having their stolen information used fraudulently. You can eliminate that possibility with Passport transactions, because the data is handled and safeguarded by OmniFund, not by your business.
Save Time and Money
Maintaining PCI compliance can be time-consuming and expensive, but with Passport transactions you can shift that burden to OmniFund. You never receive or store full cardholder data, so you’re out of scope and off the hook. Passport transactions are swift and efficient, so you get your money faster.
Try the Easiest way to Stay in Compliance and Out of PCI Scope
Use Passport to send payment requests. Sit back and get paid without ever touching
customer financial data. It’s that simple.
Passport Adheres to Industry Security Guidelines
OmniFund is certified PCI and NACHA compliant. We comply with HIPAA, HITECH, and applicable ISO27001 security standards, and adhere to SOC1 security guidelines.
Passport Transactions are Easy to Send and Track
Sending Passport transaction payment requests from your OmniFund account is simple. The customer receives the e-mail or SMS text request with a link to our secure gateway where they can review and submit payment using their credit card, bank account (ACH), or digital wallet (Google Pay or Apple Pay). You’ll be notified when the request has been opened and when the payment has been made.
Tokenization for Future Use
Once a Passport transaction has been completed, the payment account is tokenized in OmniFund so you can charge future payments to it (recurring payments, for example) without having to store the actual data yourself.