Ensuring that customer’s personal details are safe is one of our top priorities. Therefore, to guarantee that your details are secure whilst your browse and make purchases on our website, we have invested in one of the most protective ordering systems available. We also continue to review and improve on that system to keep your credit card and personal information safe.
All credit card information is encoded using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology, which encrypts your information before being sent over the Internet. To protect your data further, your credit card information is always stored in encrypted form in a database that is away from our Website database, so it isn't connected to the web.
Credit card transactions are issued as a digital certificate, ensuring that your data can only be read by our transaction system if your browser shows its secure mode symbol (such as a key or closed lock).
We reveal only the last four digits of your credit card numbers when confirming an order.
Verified by VISA and SecureCode
We participate in the Verified by Visa and SecureCode system from MasterCard. These options allow you to further protect your details when purchasing items online.
You, the customer, will have to register with these programmes. Once registered, the Verified by Visa system enlists a further two security checks when making a purchase online. Firstly, a personal message that you have provided will appear, which informs you that the screen you are seeing is genuine. You will then be asked to enter your verified Visa password.
MasterCard’s SecureCode gives you the opportunity to use your own created secret code, which you will be asked for during checkout and will appear every time you make a purchase with a participating online retailer.
We always suggest taking additional measures to keep your information safe including turning off your browser or logging out of your account when you have finished, particularly if you are using a shared device.
As mentioned above only purchase of websites that display that are secure, indicated by key or closed lock before the URL.