Card Payment Security

SSL encryption is used to protect the integrity and secrecy of your payment information. Our payment pages are secured using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol with 128-bit data encryption. SSL is a form of encryption used to prevent unauthorized access to data during its transfer.

This enables a secure information transfer and prevents unauthorized access to data during the two-way communication between a user’s device and the payment service.

Payment services and financial institutions exchange information using Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), which are safe from unauthorized access.

The service we use holds a PCI DSS Level 1 certificate, the security standard set by Visa and MasterCard®.

The seller does not store credit card numbers, nor are the numbers available to unauthorized persons.

The payments service is based on the 3-D Secure standard, currently the state of the art solution for online credit and debit card payments.

Users of cards participating in the 3-D Secure system will undergo an additional identity check for security purposes.