PayLeap

About Us

The PayLeap service is provided by Acculynk, an innovative payment processor relied upon by thousands of merchants around the world. Acculynk created the PaySecure® graphical PIN-pad and associated patented technology that enables online and mobile PIN debit. PaySecure® PIN debit transactions are more secure and hence less expensive for merchants, and can reduce their payment processing costs significantly. PaySecure® is currently enabled on more than 6,000 websites. Acculynk has partnerships with eleven EFT networks and six leading payment processors, and is certified with PULSE, First Data and MasterCard.

PayLeap provides an comprehensive payment platform that delivers a full suite of secure payment capabilities for many different processing environments, plus innovative extras like social sharing and invoicing. PayLeap’s comprehensive solution includes payments, fraud management, end-to-end encryption, tokenization, secure cardholder data vault, recurring invoicing and mobile capabilities. PayLeap is a level one PCI-DSS service provider.

Chris Walmer

Director of Operations

Chris joined the PayLeap team in July of 2008, with 9+ years of experience in the Financial Services industry. He leads the Customer Service and Account Boarding departments for both the PayLeap gateway and merchant accounts. Chris works directly with merchants on escalations, as well as finding solutions that best fit the needs of PayLeap merchants’. Previous to joining PayLeap, Chris was a Qualified 401(k) Administrator (QKA) in the retirement planning sector of the Financial Services industry. He holds a Business Administration, Management, BS degree from Indiana Institute of Technology (Indiana Tech).

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