The panties.com secure server software encrypts all of your personal information including credit card number, name and address so that it cannot be read as the information travels over the Internet. The encryption process takes the characters you enter and converts them into bits of code that are securely transmitted over the Internet.
However, if you're uncomfortable using your credit card on the Internet, you can order directly from panties.com by calling 1.800.726.7035.
In addition, any personal information, including name, address, phone or email, obtained by panties.com as a result of an online transaction will not be rented or sold to another company.
This site is secure from others stealing your credit card information. Your credit card and personal information are code encrypted for security.
Shopping On The Internet: Why all the fuss about security risks?
We use a secure server (SSL) Shop with confidence. Your personal information will not be read by anyone else.
For many customers, one of the greatest fears about shopping on the Internet is having your credit card number stolen and credit rating ruined with unauthorized purchases.
This fear is a myth.
Shopping directly on the Internet is a new way of doing business. It's easy to fear the unknown, especially when it comes to your money.
But how about these situations?
- You hand your credit card to a waiter in a restaurant, who then leaves with it to prepare your bill. Or is he calling in his order to another catalog company?
- You dial up your cellular or cordless phone to order shoes from a catalog, and your next door neighbor picks up your information on her baby monitor?
The above (and other scenarios) happen every day. They illustrate a point. All the talk about 'Internet security' is blown out of proportion. How often do you hear about the anxiety of using your credit card in a restaurant? Or about the danger of allowing a hotel front desk clerk to confirm your room?
When you shop online with a merchant who offers a Secure Server, all the information you give (name, address, credit card number) is encrypted. That means your information goes out as code. If a hacker could get it, it would likely be gibberish. Your credit card never leaves your hand, monitors or scanners never pick it up, and receipts are never found in a trashcan.