The SafeBuy Assurance Scheme assures online consumers that e-commerce sites are safe and trustworthy. The Scheme, amongst other things, requires web retailers to:
Comodo is the 2nd largest Certification Authority for ensuring Identity Trust & Assurance on the web. Their third generation solutions are setting the standards for Identity and Trust Assurance to ensure both consumers and business' true e-identity and e-business authenticity.
When a consumer sees that a merchant displays a Comodo SSL Certificate, they know they are assured of complete legitimacy and safety.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), is a cryptographic protocol that provide secure communications on the Internet for web browsing, e-mail, Internet faxing, payments and other data transfers.
The SSL link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. SSL is an industry standard used by millions of web sites in the protection of their online transactions with their customers. To us an SSL connection a web server requires an SSL Certificate.
With more than a decade in the online payments business, NETBANX is an industry-leading provider of multi-currency credit and debit card payment solutions. Founded in 1996 as the UK’s first PSP, NetBanx has helped more than 10,000 companies accept online payments.
Recognised for their attention to customer support and upholding the highest standards for data security and protection, their clients include both new and established small businesses, governments, utility companies, universities and insurance companies.
3-D Secure is a XML-based protocol used by our NetBanx Secure Bank payment system as an added layer of security for online credit and debit card transactions.
The protocol was developed by Visa to improve the security of Internet payments. It is offered to clients as the Verified by Visa service. This protocol has been adopted by MasterCard, under the name MasterCard SecureCode, and by JCB International as J/Secure.
3-D Secure should not be confused with your Card Security Code which is a short numeric code that is printed on the back of most cards.
Landlords and Letting Agents are under a legal obligation to handle, store and dispose of personal consumer information sensibly and securely and are obliged to abide by the principles of the Data Protection Act.
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