Security policy

About our security

Ordering from our website is safe; our secure server software encrypts your credit card information into bits of code that cannot be read as the information travels over the Internet. Each of our servers are secured with its own SSL certificate issued by VeriSign. 

Common Questions and Answers:

Q. How secure are my card details

A.We now only accept payment via paypal and paypals security is highly secured, you do not need a paypal account.

Q: How can I verify that SSL security is operating?

A: Use the following verification methods below:

  • Internet Explorer: Check that the lock icon is displayed on the page that accepts your credit card. OR: On the page that accepts the credit card, right click. A menu will be displayed. Click on Properties (at the bottom of the menu) and a page will be displayed. Check that the Connection field indicates SSL encryption is enabled.
  • Netscape: Check that the lock icon is displayed on the page that accepts your credit card. OR: On the page that accepts the credit card, place the cursor in the Secured Access Login area of the site and right click. In the menu click the View Info option. A dialogue box will appear to indicate SSL encryption is enabled.

 

Our utmost importance for you! Our Loyal customers is YOUR SAFETY and we realise the importance of Internet Security and making sure you feel safe and that your personal information is secure.

We would suggest all transactions are done via Paypal as this is the safest method of payment. However if you don’t have Paypal we would suggest you set up an account. If you are unable to get Paypal, then you will have to think about an alternative method of payment such as credit/debit card.

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The purpose of the Data Protection Act. The 1998 Data Protection Act was passed by Parliament to control the way information is handled and to give legal rights to people who have information stored about them. Other European Union countries have passed similar laws as often information is held in more than one country ...