We use industry leading encryption technology to ensure the security of your information. All communication between your browser and our server will be safe from eavesdroppers in the secure areas of our site. This is verified by Equifax from Geotrust.
You should only ever carry out confidential transactions over secure internet connections. Connections like these make it hard for others to spy on you and steal your personal details. But how can you tell if you have a secure website connection?
When you enter login, registration and payment screens you will be in a ‘secure session’. This is shown by the padlock symbol in the top or bottom of your web browser. It means that your personal information will be coded before it leaves your computer.
The first few characters of the web address in your address bar will change from the usual http to https – the ‘s’ stands for secure.
To view our Equifax by Geotrust certificate double click on the padlock icon displayed in your browser window, or by clicking on the lock located within your address bar.
Knowing when to trust a website depends in part on who publishes the website, what information they want, and what you want from the site. If you're not sure whether to trust a website, consider these questions:
If you are asked for personal information, such as credit card numbers or bank information, only provide it if there is a good reason to do so. Also, make sure there is a secure entry form for recording information. Look for a message stating that the information will be encrypted and check for the 'pad lock' icon in either the browsers address bar or footer bar. Also, try to find out what the websites policy is about storing information: Do they keep your credit card number on file? Do they have partners that they share information with? You should be confident that the site is using your information properly and in a secure manner before providing any information.
Do they have a phone number that you can call if you have a problem, or that you can use to place an order? Does the website list a street address? Is there a posted return policy with acceptable terms? If the site doesn't provide a phone number or physical address, try contacting the company by e-mail to ask for that information.
If you are not familiar with a website that might not necessarily mean that you cannot trust it. Ask reliable friends or colleagues about the site. Search for references to the site on the Internet to see if a source, such as a magazine or company that you do trust, has referred to it. Read the websites privacy statements or other disclosures.
A website might not be trustworthy if:
If you are not willing to to use our website to place your order then please contact us Call us on:0191 414 2882 as we will be more than happy to process your order over the phone.