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YOUR BROWSER FULLY SUPPORTS SECURE TRANSACTIONS
Depending on your level of understanding of how the Internet works, you may not
understand what we mean when we say that we are using a "secure server."
Without getting too technical, if you are using Netscape or Microsoft Explorer
versions 2.0 or later, your browser supports SSL encryption. This means
that, when on pages which are designated as secure, data passed from you to the
server (such as credit card information) is encrypted.
While it may be possible for someone to intercept the data transmission and "decode" it, you are more
likely to be struck by lightning or win the lottery. In fact, your credit card is exposed to greater risk when
you use it at a restaurant, or any other place where someone has access to your credit card
information. And, in the rare event that someone did get your credit card number, your liability is usually
limited to the first $50 in fraudulent charges.
Security methods are constantly being improved upon, making it progressively more difficult to "break the codes." We will keep up with the technology, to ensure that your information is handled as securely as possible at all times. As you can see, using your credit card online is a safe and effective way to pay for online purchases. We hope this explanation was helpful, and we look forward to serving you.