Features

Security

Hosted in a secure, PCI compliant data center helps reduce your vulnerability of hackers searching for credit cards numbers. Servers use secure socket layer (SSL) technology which means you will not have to be concerned with maintaining this level of security for PCI compliant purposes.

Hosting and Web Development

Cayman Gateway has proudly partnered with Cayman Islands based Web Services Agency CODE Websites. CODE offers secure hosting solutions as well as design, development and website support. A single point of contact, CODE takes the headache out of dealing with multiple businesses. An experienced Web Project Manager will oversee a diverse range of requirements.

API Integration

Our API Integration solution allows our merchants to utilize the highest level of secure transaction infrastructure available. Our API uses secure sockets layer (SSL) digital certificate technology to connect securely and directly between our merchants and the payment gateway.

Liability Shift on Chargebacks

Many merchant categories are entitled to liability shift on chargebacks when they use a Consumer Authentication solution for their CNP transactions. This means that when the transaction is authenticated, the card issuer takes on the liability for chargebacks. When a cardholder disputes the charge, the merchant is not responsible for chargebacks.

Certification

Cayman Gateway Ltd. will work with First Data Merchant Services, who take care of the settlement requirements. In the Caribbean, First Data Merchant Services are a merchant acquirer processor and Cayman Gateway is First Data Certified.

Secure Payment Processing with TLS (Transport Layer Security)

TLS is composed of two layers: the TLS Record Protocol and the TLS Handshake Protocol. The Record Protocol provides connection security, while the Handshake Protocol allows the server and client to authenticate each other and to negotiate encryption algorithms and cryptographic keys before any data is exchanged.

Demonstrations

These videos showcases how the payment portal operates, and it should give you an idea on what to expect when using it as an administrator and as a customer.

1. How the Invoice Module Operates

2. How to Create a Plan/Subscription

3. How to Create and Manage Members

4. How do Customers see the Portal