Security Policy

The purpose of this page is to inform website users about our policies regarding QuickFee’s security practices for financial data security. This includes the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information with’s service.

Unless otherwise defined in this privacy policy, the terms used in this policy have the same meanings as those in our terms and conditions.

QuickFee is dedicated to protecting your privacy. QuickFee Group LLC.  and the relevant affiliates or subsidiaries involved in the data processing activity are referred to as “QuickFee,” “we,” “us,” or the “Company.”

If you choose to use our service, you consent to the collection and use of information indicated in this policy. The personal information we collect is used to provide and improve our service. We will not use or disclose your information with anyone else unless otherwise stated in this policy.

Security Practices

The following list includes policies and practices conducted by our IT teams to ensure security is cohesive and up-to-date.

PCI Compliance

Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance is the global data security standard that organizations follow when accepting, storing, processing, or transmitting cardholder data. Our third-party vendors maintain PCI compliance — meaning they meet the PCI-Data Security Standard (DSS) for managing and storing payment information securely.

The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council, which comprises the five major payment networks, developed the PCI DSS Data Security Standard.


Tokenization is used to safeguard sensitive data while still allowing it to be used for company purposes. As a result of tokenization, we never keep credit card information in our systems.

By replacing financial data with a “token,” all credit card information is tokenized. Tokens are random strings of characters that encompass no meaning, but serve as a pointer to the original data.

Tokenization helps reduce the risk of data breaches, retain customer trust, and run popular payment services like our payment portal.

Data Encryption

All QuickFee data (including card data) is encrypted at rest and in transit. Secure access to sensitive data, such as credit card information, is maintained by our data encryption.

Encryption protects your online privacy by converting personal information into “for your eyes only” messages only seen by those who need them. Data encryption protects the security of digital data as it is stored on computer systems and delivered across the internet or other computer networks. These algorithms provide secrecy and are at the heart of essential security activities like authentication, integrity, and non-repudiation.

Vulnerability Testing

Data hackers are constantly coming up with new ways to uncover flaws in company data systems. As a result, QuickFee teams regularly examine our company’s software, hardware, and infrastructure to ensure that any vulnerabilities are addressed as soon as possible.

Vulnerability testing is a method of assessing application security by finding, diagnosing, and prioritizing application flaws. The main goal of vulnerability testing is to better understand an application’s behavior and find possible openings to exploit.

Log Data

Whenever you use our service, we gather log data, which is information sent to us by your browser. This data may include your computer’s Internet Protocol IP address, browser version, the time and date of your visit, the time spent on particular pages, and other statistics.

Changes to Our Security Policy

Our security policies are subject to change at QuickFee’s discretion. The last update to our policies was conducted in February 2022.

Contact Us

Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions regarding your personal and financial data privacy and how our security policies address them. Email us at