Credit Cards
Credit Cards

If you don't have a credit card or ATM card, don't worry. All super markets carry prepaid credit cards which are good up to $500. Or you can go to the nearest US Bank office and buy a prepaid VISA. If our kit sells for $120 you can purchase the card for $120 (plus the card fee) You will be required to register the card for your protection. See instruction on the card. However, they can not be used for international purchases.

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The Three Layers of credit card protection

Because of the 128 BIT military grade code and Secure Socket Layer Technology (SSL) it is actually safer to use your credit card on-line than it is to use it at a restaurant or brick and mortar retailer.
Thousands of online transactions are processed daily. The current security technology allows worry-free online transactions. In fact, several layers of protection work for you. Here are the cold hard facts.
Protection Layer One: Encryption
Your credit card information is encrypted using the 128-bit military grade SSL code. It takes a network of computers and a few months of work to break the code.
In essence, the Secure Socket Layer technology (SSL) makes is impossible to decipher the information even if someone manages to filter out these tiny bits of code in the gigabytes of spam and other useless data that is clogging the internet at any moment.
Protection Layer Two: Address Verification System (AVS)
Stealing someone's credit card number makes no sense to a thief because they will not be able to use it anyway. Here's why: when you order online, you must submit your billing address. If it does not match the transaction will not go through.
Sometimes the AVS blocks even a legitimate order. For example, you move to a new address but forget to notify your credit card company. When submitting an order make sure your billing address matches the one on your credit card statement!
Protection Layer Three: Zero Liability Policy
All major credit cards emphasize that online shopping is safe. You enjoy zero liability on non-authorize purchases if someone has access to your credit card.
-What do you do if your statement contains something that you did not order? -Exactly, you call your credit card company and dismiss the charge.
It's that simple.
The truth is, that using a credit card online is the safest way to order!
-- How do I know that the server is REALLY secure?
There are two independent elements built in your web-browser. First of all it's the security indicator on your browser's bottom bar. It is either a yellow padlock or an unbroken key. They look like this:


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The three layers of credit card protection

The cause of the 128 BIT military grade code and Secure Socket Layer Technology (SSL) it is actually safer to use your credit card on-line than it is to use it at a restaurant or brick and mortar retailer.
Thousands of online transactions are processed daily. The current security technology allows worry-free online transactions. In fact, several layers of protection work for you. Here are the cold hard facts.
Protection Layer One: Encryption
Your credit card information is encrypted using the 128-bit military grade SSL code. It takes a network of computers and a few months of work to break the code.
In essence, the Secure Socket Layer technology (SSL) makes is impossible to decipher the information even if someone manages to filter out these tiny bits of code in the gigabytes of spam and other useless data that is clogging the internet at any moment.
Protection Layer Two: Address Verification System (AVS)
Stealing someone's credit card number makes no sense to a thief because they will not be able to use it anyway. Here's why: when you order online, you must submit your billing address. If it does not match the transaction will not go through.
Sometimes the AVS blocks even a legitimate order. For example, you move to a new address but forget to notify your credit card company. When submitting an order make sure your billing address matches the one on your credit card statement!
Protection Layer Three: Zero Liability Policy
All major credit cards emphasize that online shopping is safe. You enjoy zero liability on non-authorize purchases if someone has access to your credit card.
-What do you do if your statement contains something that you did not order? -Exactly, you call your credit card company and dismiss the charge.
It's that simple.
The truth is, that using a credit card online is the safest way to order!
-- How do I know that the server is REALLY secure?
There are two independent elements built in your web-browser. First of all it's the security indicator on your browser's bottom bar. It is either a yellow padlock or an unbroken key. They look like this:

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