Payment and Security
Is it safe to use my credit/debit card on Maddhome?
Your online transaction on Maddhome is secure with the highest levels of transaction security currently available on the Internet. Maddhome uses 256-bit encryption technology to protect your card information while securely transmitting it to the respective banks for payment processing.
All credit card and debit card payments on Maddhome are processed through secure and trusted payment gateways managed by leading banks. Banks now use the 3D secure password service for online transactions, providing an additional layer of security through identity verification.
Does Maddhome store my credit/debit card information?
Maddhome stores the first 6 and last 4 digits of your card number in a secure and encrypted manner. The first 6 digits (also known as the Bank Identification Number) are used to identify the bank name and country where your card was issued. The first 6 and last 4 digits are together used for fraud detection and prevention purposes.
What credit/debit cards are accepted on Maddhome?
We accept VISA, MasterCard, Maestro credit/debit cards.
What other payment options are available on Maddhome?
Apart from Credit and Debit Cards, we accept payments by Internet Banking (covering 4 banks), Cash-on-Delivery and IMPS.
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Fraud resulting from making payments over unsecured web pages.
Emails directing you to fake websites set up to collect your payment card details.
Online payments are normally part of your arrangement with a service provider as an alternative to payment by Direct Debit or cheque. In most cases, therefore, the payee will be familiar to you, but you must take care to ensure that you are on the provider’s genuine site.
Remember that paying by credit card offers greater protection against fraud than with other methods.
Double check all details of your payment before confirming.
Before entering payment details on a website, ensure that the link is secure, in three ways:
There should be a padlock symbol in the browser window frame, which appears when you attempt to log in or register. Be sure that the padlock is not on the page itself ... this will probably indicate a fraudulent site.
The web address should begin with ‘https: //’. The‘s’ stands for ‘secure’.
If using the latest version of your browser, the address bar or the name of the site owner will turn green.
When making a payment to an individual use a secure payment site such as PayTM, ATOM – never transfer the money directly into their bank account.
Always log out of sites into which you have logged in or registered details. Simply closing your browser is not enough to ensure privacy.
Keep receipts – electronic or otherwise.
Check credit card and bank statements carefully after payment to ensure that the correct amount has been debited, and also that no fraud has taken place as a result of the transaction.
Ensure you have effective and updated antivirus/antispyware software and firewall running before you go online.