Yes. A credit card token is never tied to any one gateway. Once you have the token for that payment method, you can run transactions against any of the gateways you have on file.
No. By default, a card is removed from Spreedly in a short period of time unless you indicate that you want to store it.
No. If the amount of cards you need to store is higher than our published plans please email us at email@example.com
Yes. We believe it's your data, not ours. Given this is sensitive data it will need to be transferred in a secure fashion to another fully certified PCI organization.
No. We never touch your money. Instead, money flows from your customer to your gateway/merchant account.
We support the underlying currencies that your particular payment gateway(s) supports.
You can vault the cards so that you can charge the same card again in the future. So, in that sense we support recurring charges. However, you have to create the rules and code around when you want to re-charge those cards.
No. You must have an existing merchant account to use Spreedly via one of our supported gateways.
Our PCI page can help to give you an understanding of some of the basics.
Yes we are. You can find our supporting documentation on our our PCI page.
By using a transparent redirect we ensure that the sensitive data never touches your servers. You can read more about how we can help on our PCI page.
While we’re not a QSA and can’t advise on PCI issues, most customers will need to provide a copy of Spreedly’s AOC and occasionally an AOC for our most recent quarterly scan plus a self-assessment questionnaire. You can find both documents and more information on the questionnaire and the process generally on our PCI page. If you have any questions specific to your business we recommend contacting a QSA