Secure Telephone Payments For Business



Accept telephone card payments, mail order telephone payments (MOTO) and receive authorisation while on a call. Prevent any fraudulent activity by removing the need for your staff to hear card data. Reduce costs and remove PCI-DSS non-compliant charges.

Using the Pay729™ service your customers enter their details via their telephone keypad so not giving away their credit card details over the phone, this means you are out of scope for PCI, as Paytia being fully PCI Level 1 validated assumes that responsibility, thereby reducing any risk of fraudulent activity.

Accepting payments via Pay729™

The ability to identify which member of staff processed which transactions along with tracking, reporting and to automatically email transaction receipts and other notifications to departments and the customer in real-time.  All achieved without any need for any integration into existing systems. 


Step 1

A merchant using Pay729™ secure payment requests payment. Customers enter payment details via keypad


Step 2

Merchant is notified that the customer is entering their details and their progress. The credit card details are then processed and sent to the payment processor


Step 3

Merchant receives instant authorisation while on the call and is able to complete the transaction or inform the customer of type of refusal

Our Trusted Partners

Protect Your Reputation and Deliver Full PCI Level 1 Compliance


Fully PCI-DSS Level 1 Service Provider compliant


Secured by the worlds biggest payment vendors


No more PCI non-compliant fines added to your bill


Record agent ID and Department Number


Accepts all credit card types 

What our customers say

We would highly recommend this product to any business wanting to enable distributed and remote working whilst completely removing the risk and uncertainty of a potential data breach, fraud and the potential of PCI fines. This service also promises to reduce dramatically the administration overheads of our PCI DSS reporting annually".

Craig Nammontri, Digital Strategist, Total Tiles, UK.