One Tap Payment is a revolutionary way to pay online that makes payments a breeze. The age of remembering CVVs and card numbers is passé. With One Tap Payment, one click is all you need to complete a payment securely. Your fingers would love the extra time for your next Candy Crush bout, all thanks to our technological breakthrough that makes this possible.
That’s the fun part. Romantics say “All you need is love”, but we insist on a saved card. Once you do a transaction with us through a saved card, we ensure that One-Tap is activated for you. And all your transactions become seamlessly One-tap secure payments. Luckily, this does not need “Sherlock-level” detective skills to figure out.
Yes. Even though we broke technological barriers, we ensured that we are perfectly within the regulator’s guidelines for payments and storage of card information. We are backed by PCI-DSS certification, and all your data is perfectly safe. All your card information is encrypted with a three-layer security that ensures that your data stays protected. So go bat an eyelid while we process the payment for you. We’d be done by then. Securely.
As of now, you can experience the One Tap Payment on PayUmoney Android App, which is big, perhaps the biggest on number of transacting merchants served online. All your transactions through the PayUmoney App automatically qualify for One-tap payments. Plus, any native merchant app who chooses to enable this on their app, get the privileged OneTap™ experience.
Let’s be honest, India is a pretty regulated economy with a very standardized system and processes for cards and banks. Too technical? Okay, yes, all banks and cards in India are supported. If you notice otherwise, give us a shout-out and we’ll come for help.
There can be a couple of reasons why.
i. Make sure you have a saved card listed, and have done atleast one transaction through your saved card.
ii. Make sure you are on a merchant who accepts OneTap™ payments.
iii. Make sure you have not disabled One-tap through the dashboard or by speaking to our care executive.
iv. Make sure that your card has not been updated or replaced by the bank recently. If that is the case, simply save your new card details.
v. Make sure your mobile number registered with the bank is on the same phone you are trying the payment from, for us to read the OTP.
vi. If you have reached this point, it’s not you, it’s probably us. Drop us a bomb at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to defuse it for you.