Giving Online Security FAQ’s
 
Is my giving information secure?
 
Absolutely. Any personal or financial information you enter is encrypted using SSL security – the same state-of-the-art security measures used by online retailers, banks, and other financial institutions (see more info below).
 
What Payment Methods do you Accept?

We accept donations from credit/debit cards as well as your Bank Account (our recommendation). While we’re happy to accept your donation by any means, Bank Account donations cost significantly less, allowing more of your gift to go towards ministry.
 
Do I need to Create an Account?

No. That said, we do recommend creating one so that you can view your online giving history. Also, you will be asked to create an account if you’d like to setup recurring donations.
 
Will I Receive a Receipt When I Give Online?
 
Yes. You will be emailed a donation receipt each time you give. Again, we recommend creating an account so you can view all your online giving history.
 
Is there a minimum or maximum I can give online?

No. That said, for very large gifts, we recommend you contact us to ensure your gift is processed in a timely fashion. (Our internal giving security can flag large donations for security reasons).
More Info on Easy Tithe Security:
 
PCI DSS Compliance & Security
 
As required by the PCI Security Council and all processing banks, easyTithe is a Level 1 Certified PCI Compliant Service Provider. This means easyTithe conforms to the highest set of security standards in the payment card industry. Your account managers, end users, and easyTithe employees will never have access to the type of sensitive information that might lead to an unauthorized transaction.
 
SSL Transaction Security
 
easyTithe uses 256 Bit SSL technology for data transactions. All personal, credit card, & bank information is submitted using 256 bit encryption. There is no stronger form of protection than this encryption and by doing this, we eliminate the possibility that someone might “tap” the line and extract your personal data from it. 256-bit SSL encryption has never been broken and according to RSL Labs, it would take a “trillion-trillion years” to crack the code using today’s technology.

The Data Center

Our data center upholds security measures to rigorous standards. Proximity card entry, camera-recorded server room access, and a perimeter security system all protect the data center facilities. These security components ensure only employed, certified Server Engineers have direct access to the data center and individual servers. This restricted access ensures maximum security when maintaining, upgrading, and troubleshooting servers in the racks.