Is it safe to use my credit card on is designed to provide a safe and secure shopping environment. When you access your personal account information or place orders, our systems work with the browser software on your computer to establish a secure, encrypted connection using an Internet-standard technology called SSL. This prevents information from being intercepted as it travels the Internet between our systems. All popular browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari use SSL to protect transactions.

You can verify that you are viewing a secure web page by checking your browser's lock icon—on a secure page it will appear in the "locked" position. Your credit or debit card information is immediately sent through a secure connection to our credit card processor and is never permanently retained on our computers without your permission.

If for any reason these systems fail and unauthorized charges are made to your account, the Fair Credit Billing Act stipulates that your bank cannot hold you liable for more than $50 of fraudulent charges. This protection applies only to credit cards (not debit cards) issued under the laws of the United States of America. Credit cards issued in other countries may afford similar protection.

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