We are Secure
We at Car Battery Market take the security of your online transactions extremely seriously. On our website, we employ the most cutting-edge security software now obtainable, high-level 128 bit encryption technology. You can be sure that we take the privacy and security of your personal information and payment information very seriously. This security technology encrypts your personal information, including your credit card number, name, and address, to make sure that nothing can be read as it travels over the internet. You can always tell if a page is secure because "https" will appear in the address bar of your browser in place of "http". 'https://www.carbatterymarket.co.uk,' as an illustration. The bottom bar on the right side of your browser window will then show a little padlock.
Verified By Visa and Mastercard® SecureCode™
Verified by Visa and Mastercard® SecureCode™ have been added to our online shopping options at carbatterymarket.co.uk to further boost your sense of security. When you shop with us, these services strengthen your card account's protection against unauthorised use. To utilise this service, you must first register with the bank or other organisation that issued your card. For additional information about these services:
How Do You Secure My Payments?
To ensure safe and secure transactions on our website, we use cutting-edge data encryption. Our payment area is secured using industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer technology (SSL). When you enter this region, a small yellow padlock will display in the bottom right corner of your browser, letting you know. The address bar contains another hint. The's' in https:// stands for 'Secure,' and your web browser displays visual cues to let you know that you are inside a secure site and that all data being transferred is encrypted for security.
What Is SSL?
The industry-standard security mechanism for establishing an encrypted connection between a web server and a browser is called Secure Sockets Layer, or SSL. This link guarantees the privacy and security of any information transmitted between our web server and your browser. Millions of websites utilise this method to protect communications between the server and the client during online transactions. A web server needs an SSL Certificate in order to be able to create an SSL link, which is represented by the gold padlock in the information toolbar.