Is this a secure site?

Yes, this website is secured with both industry-standard 128-bit encryption and high-grade 256-bit encryption with an SSL certificate by Comodo.

Look for proof you’re on a secure site

There are several ways to tell that you are on a secure website – that is, that you’re on a site with an active SSL (Secure Socket Layer) session. SSL is a complex system that encrypts information before sending it over the web.

1) Look for the padlock  There is a de facto standard among web browsers to display a “lock” icon somewhere in the window of the browser (NOT in the web page display area).

2) Check for the “s” – for “secure” – Normally, when browsing the web, a URL begins with the letters “http”. However, over a secure connection, you will see the letters “https” in front of the web address — the “s” standing for secure.

This tells you that:

  • The website owners have a digital certificate that has been issued and verified by a trusted third party. Certificate authorities include Verisign, Comodo, Thawte, Equifax, GeoTrust.
  • All communication between your browser and the owner of the certificate will be secure from hackers.

We do not have access to any of your credit card information. Only the last four digits are visible to us. Data from the check-out page is sent to the payment system’s secure servers, and all your personal information is encrypted using the SSL algorithm when it is transferred from the server to your bank or online payment platform.

 

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