We have several key measures in place to ensure only you can place an order and with your payment information and this sensitive payment information is secure at all time:

Customer authentication: Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) is used to confirm the cardholder´s identity before making a payment. SCA requires that customers provide two or more independent pieces of authentication information, such as a password and a fingerprint or a PIN and a one-time code sent to their phone.

Tokenization: In tokenization, the cardholder's sensitive payment information, such as their credit or debit card number, is replaced with a unique, encrypted token. This token is then used in place of the actual payment information, so that the sensitive information is not transmitted during the transaction. Tokens are more secure for payments because they do not contain the sensitive information that is being protected. Instead, they are a random string of characters that have no inherent value. This means that even if a token is intercepted by an unauthorized party, it cannot be used for fraudulent purposes at any other store.

Compliance with industry standards: Payment processors which are compliant with industry standards, such as PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) are used to ensure that a high level of security for customers' information.

Encryption: SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, is a security protocol that is used on our checkout page to encrypt sensitive information as it is transmitted over the internet.