SECURITY & SAFETY is concerned about the safety and security of our customers. Accordingly, we have put a number of technological protections in place to ensure that our transaction process is extremely safe and that our customers’ information is secure. For enhanced security does not accept any financial information on its servers. All such information entered by you is directly received by our Merchant Banks servers and are then transmitted to your banks servers. All this is done through industry standard encryption protocol known as Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Majority of online transactions are completed seamlessly, However, please keep in mind that customer protection is a two-way process. When buying on any online store, caution must always be practiced. Following are guidelines that you should follow to ensure a safe and secure online shopping experience.

Safety and Security Tips

Protect your passwords.
o If using a public computer or terminal, always log out when you complete an online session.
o Keep your passwords private. Remember, anybody who knows your password may access your account.
o When creating a valid password, use letters and numbers only and it should be 6-15 characters long. –A combination of letters and numbers is best. Do not use dictionary words, your name, e-mail address, or other personal information that can be easily obtained. It is also recommended that you frequently change your password.
o Avoid using the same password for multiple online accounts.

Be wary of unsolicited e-mail and telephone contacts.
o does not e-mail or call a customer and ask for their password, credit card, banking account number or any other critical information. Such information should only be submitted on the web page forms, when completing an order on or when making updates to Your Account areas and never on phone or e-mail to us. If you receive a suspicious e-mail with a link to update your account information, do not click on the link. Instead, go directly to and log in your account for update.
o If you are contacted by, or receive an unsolicited e-mail from an unknown entity impersonating as or any of its sister concerns or associates, and are asked to confirm or provide your password or personal or banking information, simply disregard the request and report the incident to for investigation.
o Customers should always carefully review order and shipment confirmation e-mails to ensure that they are legitimate and have been sent by To do this, simply cross-check confirmation e-mails with the transaction history found in your account area. If you receive shipment confirmation e-mail for a transaction you have not done, report the incident to
o Never disclose any confidential information such as password in any communication with us or with any of our employee. does not ask for such information through e-mails or phone.
o A phishing email will normally have a tone of urgency – like “Your account will be temporarily suspended” and therefore please “Login to keep your account active.” Please remember will NEVER send such emails to its customers.
o If you are doubtful about the credibility of the email, please DO NOT click on any link provided in the email. This may trigger malicious codes being installed on your PC. We suggest you must report the incident to
o If you receive a suspected spoofed e-mail, or discover a fake website, please report the incident to
Ensure your Personal Computer is protected:
o Fraudsters send genuine-looking emails that contain Viruses and Trojans (A Trojan refers to a program that appears to be safe, but hidden inside, is usually something harmful, probably a virus). These Viruses / Trojans, install a malicious code on your PC without your knowledge. They extract your confidential information that fraudsters use to access your online profile / account etc.
o Here are a few important tips that you should bear in mind:

Keep your PC updated with the legal version of anti-virus / anti-spyware software.
Install a personal firewall on your PC to protect your account.
Keep your PC updated with the latest security patches
Do not click on links or open attachments in unknown or unsolicited (spam) emails.