Online credit card payment for events is via DPS.
DPS is one of the largest and most reputable online credit card processing companies with bank level security and certification with all of the major banks.
The NZSA, Ubiquity and Engage never see, access or store credit card information. This is sent directly to the bank. The PX Fusion technology makes it seamless and it appears all as part of Engage.
[accordion][spoiler title=”Why doesn’t the payment page show https?”]When you see https in your browser that means the details you enter are encrypted.
It is good practice to look for https in your browser when entering sensitive information such as credit card details.
Engage Event does use https but the https part is hidden in the page just around the credit card details part.
They are sent directly to the bank and don’t go through Ubiquity or Engage.
Rest assured that credit card details are encrypted.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Who can access my credit card details?”]Only the bank and DPS under strict conditions.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Who can I contact with questions around my credit card payment?”]You can contact the company that you are registering for the event with, your bank or Ubiquity at this address[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”What is a security code?”]Introduction
The card security code is a unique three or four digit, non embossed security number, associated to your credit card number, as illustrated below.
Visa / MasterCard
The three-digit card verification code (CVV or CVC2) is non embossed and typically printed on the signature panel of your card, immediately after the card’s standard number, as show in this example. In some cases you may see the last 4 digits of your card number with the additional 3 digit security code following.
The card security code for your American Express card is a four-digit card identification number (CID or 4DBC) located on the front of your credit card, above your main credit card number, as illustrated.[/spoiler][/accordion]