Need Attestation of Compliance (AoC) or Report on Compliance (RoC) for GoPayments mobile app, NOT Quickbooks or any other Intuit product.

I have already spoken to Merchant Services and they could not provide the compliance documents.  The reps do not understand what we are asking for.  They Google and copy/paste.  I have searched the PCI website and can verify that Quickbooks is PCI compliant, but find no evidence of the GoPayment app being PCI compliant.  Perhaps it isn't?


Hi ktaylor, 

Thanks for reaching out to us. 

GoPayment in general is a PCI Compliant. We always make sure that GoPayment is one of the safest mobile credit card processing solutions on the market. Let me provide some additional layers of protection for your GoPayment application.

  • Triple DES (Data Encryption Standard) encryption protects the card data at the instant the card is swiped and it is not stored on the phone.
  • The GoPayment application uses online banking industry-standard secure connection over SSL (Secure Socket Layer) with 128-bit encryption.
  • Our GoPayment servers and card processing infrastructure are maintained in compliance with PCI DSS (the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard). 

For mobile application, credit card numbers are not stored in your mobile device. This ensures that credit card numbers are protected by our PCI compliant card processing infrastructure.

Also, we send the information securely when you choose to manually key-enter the customer's credit card or swipe it.

Here's an article for your reference: Get Started With QuickBooks Mobile App.

Keep me posted if you need anything else. I'd be happy to help.

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