Credit Card Security at Secrets of Embroidery
Everyone has an interest in the security of transactions on the Net. It is not only the consumers who have to worry, but also the merchants!
Customers must have confidence in the transmission of personal and financial information to web merchants. Merchants must be certain that the payment information collected over the net is valid.
If you're making a purchase the chance of your credit card number being intercepted as it travels over the internet is microscopically small. When paying by credit card, never send your Credit Card number by email. Always choose the option of using a Secure Server. The more recent versions of all major browsers support the use of Secure Servers, whereas older browsers may not. The Secure Server order form will not actually appear until you are on the last page of the purchase where you enter the details of your credit card. You may see a message box notifying you that you about to enter a secure site. When you are on a secure site an icon will appear on the lower edge of your browser. In Microsoft Internet Explorer it is a gold padlock and in Netscape it is a key and the address in the address bar changes. The http becomes https to indicate a secure site. All the information you enter is encrypted using a technology called SSL (Secure Socket Layers) which is the industry standard method for protecting web communications. This security system ensures your data is encrypted, keeping it protected and secure. You can always be sure your order will be private and confidential when you use a secure server order form.
If you are purchasing from us, any information that you enter is kept confidential and no record of your credit card is kept. We use a secure server so it is impossible for someone to access your private information. We do not rent or sell our customer lists... we respect your privacy.
Use these links for further help making your payment at Secrets.
Credit Card Payment Help
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