Security & Privacy
We value your trust in our website, and your security and privacy are really important to us.
As a result, we have compiled a list of tips to help keep you protected and in control when you shop online.
We offer a safe shopping environment; that’s why we use the most powerful tools and the most up-to-date security protocols.
To ensure your personal information is kept secure, we use the same robust security technology used by major US banks. That includes high-performance firewalls, state-of-the-art 256-bit encryption (SSL), and Transport Layer Security (TLS).
In addition to having world-class security standards and server infrastructure, we only work with payment gateway companies that comply with stringent requirements for data protection while in transit and at REST, such as Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS).
To learn more about our certifications, and the technology we use, don’t hesitate to email us.
We use persistent cookies and session cookies. Persistent cookies remain in your browser until they expire or you erase them. Session cookies are deleted upon closing your browser.
Cookies do not allow us access to your computer or any information about you other than what you choose to share with us.
Keeping track of passwords can be difficult, but by using strong passwords on all the sites you visit, you can protect yourself against fraudulent activities.
- You should avoid using the same password for all your online accounts to prevent fraud. Use different passwords for each account
- You should use a combination of numbers and symbols
- Sites typically allow you to enter the minimum number of characters but do not use obvious phrases like “password”, “name”, or “phone number”
- When creating your password, try to mix upper and lower case letters, as well as numbers.
An unsecured network in a public place can pose a security risk as unauthorized individuals may attempt to intercept your online activities. If you are using a public WiFi network, we recommend connecting only to secure wireless networks that you trust.
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