Security Policy

No-Risk Shopping Guarantee

We guarantee that every transaction you make at will be secure. Should any unauthorized charges ever be made to your card as a result of shopping here, you would pay nothing. Pays Your $50 Credit Card Liability

Per the Fair Credit Billing Act, your bank cannot hold you liable for more than $50 of fraudulent charges. We feel so confident in the security that we will cover the $50, if the unauthorized use of your credit card resulted from purchases made through our site while using our secure server.

Remember, in the event of unauthorized use of your credit card number, you must notify your credit provider in accordance to the reporting rules and procedures listed in your account agreement.

Your security is a priority at To provide credit card security and keep your personal information safe, we use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology, the most widely used data encryption coding system for secure e-commerce transactions. We use Thawte as our SSL (Secure Socket Layer) digital certificate provider, allowing our customers the strongest certificate services around. Your credit card information is encrypted while traveling the Internet. All of your information is encrypted (scrambled) prior to being sent over the Internet to our system. To protect your information once we receive it, we place it on systems behind secure firewalls, which are communication-management computers designed to keep information safe and inaccessible to other Internet users. If your browser doesn't accept the SSL technology, transactions will not be permitted.

To confirm that your connection is secure, look for a locked padlock icon or solid key icon at the bottom of your browser window once you have entered the shopping cart zone. The letters "https" (rather than "http") located in the URL address window at the top of your browser also indicate that you are using a secure browser.

NOTE: E-mail is not secure. Please remember, your e-mail correspondence should never include sensitive information you would not like to share with the general public as e-mail is never a secure environment on the Internet.