Your Information Is Secure

We value the security of your information. Your privacy is important to us.

We will never sell or trade any of the information you provide to us at anytime.

As part of our commitment to your privacy and security, we adhere to the Online Business Code Practices of the Better Business Bureau Online Reliability Program. Click on the logo to verify.
We provide a secure environment for your personal data and transactions on every page of our application, which is approved by Verisign. Click on the logo to verify.

Our systems are configured to provide privacy, integrity, and authentication in Internet communications. The security measures we have taken help ensure that your data is secure and encrypted, so that a third party cannot capture, read or access the information while it is in transit between your computer and our system. Some of the key features are outlined below:

We use a secure server implementing the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to interact with you when you provide personal information during the purchase and payment processes;

Your information is encrypted using 128 bit encryption. AOL, Netscape Navigator 4.06 or higher and Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.01 or higher are capable of 128-bit browsers. You can tell when you are visiting a secure area in our site by looking at the symbol on the bottom of your browser screen. If you are using Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer, you will see either a lock or a key. When the symbol appears unbroken or the padlock is in the locked position, your session connection is taking place via a secure server.

Our data security architecture provides for extraordinarily limited access to your credit card or checking account information, though we do transmit the entire number to the appropriate financial service provider when you purchase a financial service.

We limit internal access to our servers and require that our people adhere to high standards of ethics and integrity in performing their jobs and conducting business.

Please see our privacy policy for more details.


Secure server: A computer and software set up to provide privacy, integrity, and authentication in communications such as a connection on the Internet between a Web browser and a Web server.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL): A protocol that delivers server authentication, data encryption, and message integrity. With SSL implemented, Internet communications are transmitted in a secure, encrypted manner. The information you send is safe, so a third party cannot read or access the information while in transit.
128 bit encryption: A way of making data unreadable to everyone except the receiver. Used by Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), 128 bit encryption has become an increasingly common way of sending credit card numbers and data over the Internet when conducting commercial transactions.

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