Yes! We use 256-bit encryption, which is the same level as every major bank. Our GivingFlows use secure tokens, so that givers' information is protected. We are also PCI compliant along with our Tier 1 processing partner (one of the top 3 in the world).

This means every transaction through RebelGive meets a set of security standards designed to ensure that ALL companies that accept, process, store or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment. But we also go above and beyond that and have built in RebelGive exclusive privacy and accountability permissions, to allow for example, Pastor-level access where they can run reports, and see giving health, without seeing the specific donor names attached to specific gift amounts.

For US-based churches, when you sign in to your bank account using Plaid, you'll take advantage of their secure system which is trusted by JPMorgan Chase, Citi, American Express, Venmo, Wealthsimple and others. Don't worry - your credentials will never be made accessible to linked applications. Learn more about Plaid here.

Financial partners we work with:

Plaid: Used to securely connect bank accounts
CardConnect (A First Data company): Used as our secure gateway to manage payments
BluePay (Acquired by First Data): Used to process bank transfer payments for US-based churches

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