How to know your credit card number is safe?
If you are using Netscape Navigator version 2.0 and later or Microsoft Internet Explorer version 2.0 and later, your credit card transactions are fully encrypted and secure when you purchase products through the Ultimate Symbol web site. However, if you are browsing the internet through a network relay or proxy server, you may want to check your browser to be sure.
You can tell if your web browsing session is secure by in Netscape Navigator, the key or lock icon in the bottom left hand corner of the browser window changes from a broken grey key or unlocked lock icon to a complete blue key or locked lock icon.
How safe is it to use credit cards on the internet?
It is probably safer to use your credit card over the internet than it is to use it in a restaurant, retail store or with a mail order company. It is definitely safer than leaving a credit card receipt on the dashboard of your car. On the internet, no one is peeking over your shoulder or digging through your garbage. And with electronic transactions, there is no paper trail. Technologically speaking, it is easier to tap your phone line than it is to steal a credit card number through the internet.
If you don't want to use your credit card number on the internet.
You can still order products from us, however you won't be able to take advantage of online delivery or other features of the Ultimate Symbol web site. Our customer service department can accept orders by phone, fax or e-mail. If you prefer to place an order offline, please refer to our contact information and get in touch with our customer service department.