Transaction Encryption Policy

A quick note on Security Encryption for Credit/Debit Card Transactions

We use TLS Encryption Everywhere. 

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is an encryption protocol (earlier was SSL encryption) used to secure communications over the internet. When you see a lock icon in the address bar of your browser next to a URL that starts with https://, the connection uses TLS. TLS applies to all connections to our store. The most recent version of TLS protocol is TLS 1.2.

From June 20, 2018, to better protect the data of anyone accessing our website, only TLS 1.2 is supported. If your browser does not support TLS 1.2, then then upgrade to a supported browser version.

Else, customers attempting to access our online store whose browsers do not support TLS 1.2 will see connection errors and won't be able to load the site after June 20, 2018.

We require an up-to-date web browser to make sure that you can use all of the store features. We currently supports the latest two versions of all browsers, unless otherwise noted.

Browsers supported by us include:

If you try to view the store and you get a message to update your browser, then update your browser by following the prompts on the screen. If you have updated your browser but you still see the message, then clear the cache on your browser.