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Using the SecureCall web based Virtual Payment Terminal


SecureCall offers customers (merchants) different ways for their staff to take payments-by-phone.


This document describes the four simple steps staff take when using the SecureCall web based Virtual Payment Terminal to take their customer's payments over the phone.

The four simple steps mapped out below are:

Step 1: Secure the phone call with their customer

Step 2: Enter sales related information

Step 3: Monitor the customer's progress as they enter their card details

Step 4: Submit the payment

SecureCall payment page

Log into the SecureCall web page

SecureCall login page

From your browser, visit:

SecureCall Virtual Payment Terminal at

PLEASE NOTE: Make sure that you are not in browsing in Incognito Mode.

You have two ways to log into SecureCall:

Log into SecureCall using your Webex credentials.

Click on the 'Login with Webex' button.

You will be authenticated by Webex and re-directed back to SecureCall.


For non-Webex users. you will have been given by your administrator a unique SecureCall email and password. Start by entering your email.

Once successfully logged in, your calls are ready to be secured and you will be taken to this screen on the right.

SecureCall ready to secure a call

Make sure your Cloud telephone service is operating

The SecureCall application runs in conjunction with your Cloud telephone service.

By logging into SecureCall a connection is made between your phone service and the SecureCall Virtual Terminal.  

Please make sure your phone service is operating normally and you can make and receive phone calls.

Step 1: Securing the Call

A call must be ‘active’ to be secured. That is, you will need to be talking to your customer before attempting to secure the call.

At any time during that conversation with your customer:

1. Open the browser window where you have the SecureCall page.  

We suggest you say something like this to your customer:

"Great, now before I take your payment.

I will just secure this call so that you don't need to speak your details to me.

I'll get you to type them into your phone when ready......"

2. When you are ready, click on Press to Secure button.  

  • This is usually done in the moments just before you want to take the customer's payment.
  • There is no need to secure the call until then.

  We suggest you say something like this to your customer:

"OK. That's done. The call is secured"

n.b. If you have accidentally closed that window, simply go back to the SecureCall Web Page - and login again even if you are already on a phone call with the customer.

Step 2: Entering Sales Details

Once the call is successfully secured, you and your customer will still be in conversation.

Only once the call has been successfully secured will the payment transaction window be presented to you. So you can be rest assured you won't see or hear the card details as the customer enters them.

You will be entering details in the first three fields.

Your customer will be entering their card details in the bottom three fields using their phone keypad. 

We suggest you say something like this to your customer:

"Great, now that this call is secured, you can now go ahead and type your card details into the dial pad of your phone. Let's start with the card number and if you could finish with a hash"

The customer’s card details are masked and shown as asterisk (*). 

You can see their progress but cannot interact with these bottom three fields.

If at any point the customer makes a mistake, you can let them know that you can reset that field for them using the reset button.

Once a field is successfully entered, a tick is shown.

Once you have all the details entered, the Submit Payment button will change from opaque to solid.  Clicking it will submit the payment.

Step 4: Entering Sales Details


Once the payment is successful, you will receive a confirmation message from your Payment Gateway provider with the Transaction ID and Receipt Number. 

At this point either you or the customer can choose to make another payment by selecting the button at the bottom of that window or complete your call. A hang up will take you back to the Secure Call window.

The following describes each of the fields:


Payment Action:

To only pay once, select Pay

To pay once and store the card details as a ‘token’, select Pay and Tokenise

To only store the card details, select Tokenise


This is the amount to pay, in dollars and cents. There is no need to add a $ sign.


Payment Reference:

This is a unique reference for this payment, which will be used by your finance department to perform reconciliation and can be used as a receipt number if required for the customer.


Token Reference:

If you are tokenising the card, this is a unique reference for this tokenisation, which can be passed to your payment systems for future payments.


Name on card:

The name on card is to be used by your customer for this payment. Ask the customer to provide it. For some banks this must be an exact match.



This is the card number, which is entered by the customer on their keypad and ending with a hash (#).  Please ensure that they do not read out this number to you.



This is the expiry date of the card, which is entered by the customer on their keypad, in the format DDYY and ending with a hash (#). This must be a date in the future (i.e., beyond the current month). Please ensure that they do not read out this number to you.



This is the security code on the card, which is entered by the customer on their keypad, ending with a hash (#). This must be either 3 or 4 digits (depending on the card).   Please ensure that they do not read out this number to you.