We use the safest 256SSL encrypted online ordering system-highest commercially available encryption standard in the world and hold the security of your personal information paramount because we believe you should have complete peace of mind throughout your shopping experience. If you have any concerns about ordering online, please call 604 430 5252 or 1-800-315-0359.
Top 10 Online Security Tips
1. Know who you're buying from. Check to see if the merchant has a contact phone number posted on the website. Beware of a merchant who hides behind an email address. If you don't recognize the merchant, research them online. Avoid merchants with negative consumer feedback.
2. Make sure the merchant website uses a secure server. The url should begin with https and a key or a closed padlock icon should appear at the bottom right corner of the browser window when you enter any secure information such as your password or credit card information. This ensures your personal information is scrambled or encrypted.
3. Try not to use shared computers (libraries or computer labs) when shopping and using a credit card online. Criminals can place keystroke monitoring software onto the computers to allow them to see the sensitive information you've typed. If you don't log out properly, your session can remain open and others can access accounts you've logged in to.
4. Use a credit card. Most credit card companies limit the liability of their customers when it comes to fraudulent use of their credit cards.
5. Keep all records of online transactions and cross reference them with your monthly statements. Report any discrepancies to the online merchant immediately. When discarding old statements, make sure they are shredded or destroyed first.
6. Request a copy of your credit report every few months. This allows you to check for any mistakes or suspicious activity.
7. Beware of anyone soliciting private information. No reputable bank or merchant will ever ask for your personal information via email.
9. Don't use the same password for every site you visit. Having multiple passwords reduces the impact if one of them is compromised.
10. If the deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.