A Trustworthy Platform For
Landlord And Tenant

How Keychain Pay Works

Security

Security

Protecting Your Payment Is Our First Priority.

  • Your all personal information is encrypted in our front end of Web and App. The encrypted blocks will be sent through TLS (Transport Layer Security) and EV SSL (Extend Validation Secure Sockets Layer) to our server. Ensure banking standard security is met.
  • You may check our company name KeyChain FinTech Ltd in the certificate at the lock icon of your broswer address bar.

Enhanced Card Security

  • Enhanced two-factor authentication. When you authorise your rental payment, depending on the card type, “MasterCard SecureCode” and “Verified by Visa” you may be asked to provide a special security code.
  • Tokenization replaces your credit card number with a randomly generated code or token which is of no value to hackers. We do NOT store your 16-digits card number in our server.

PCI DSS Compliance

  • KeyChain Pay has achieved PCI DSS compliance certification. This demonstrates our commitment to security and the protection and integrity of customer data.
  • PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) is a set of comprehensive requirements all businesses that handle card payments must comply with.

Safeguarding Your Account

  • AI real time transaction monitoring, including suspicious activities of rental irregularities and spike in rent amount.
  • We’ll suspend your account if your card activities alert us that someone has used your card without your permission, preventing any further unauthorised fraudulent activity.
  • We may verify your teancny agreement when there is unusual account activity or to comply with regulations

Protecting your payment is our first priority.


Card tokenization


PCI DSS Compliance


Safeguarding your account

Support

Our support team is happy to answer your questions and make sure your payment are promptly and securely processed.
Please contact us at +852 6022 8362 or WhatsApp us at +852 6022 8362.

Still have more question?
Check out our FAQ sections (Landlord / Tenant) or contact us for more information.