1. Protecting your information
The Personal Customer Information you provide -- including your credit card information -- to create and access an account with us and to make purchases from us is secured using industry standard e-commerce security technology such as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology. We use this SSL technology to prevent such information from being intercepted and read as it is transmitted over the Internet. The encrypted data goes to a secure site where your information is stored on restricted-access computers located at restricted-access sites.
2. Unique Email and Password
To further secure your Personal Customer Information:
We cross check an email address with the submitted password to validate access to any customer account.
We do not allow any email address to access more than one customer account. When a new customer account is created, we require you to submit an email address that is not associated with an existing account.
We encourage you to use a password that is not easily determinable (e.g., don't use your phone, date of birth, name or street name). Keep your password secure; do not share it with anyone. Password is the "key" to your account; anyone who gets this "key" can, along with your email address, gain access to your account.
If you forget your password, to gain access to your account you will need to go to the Account Sign In Page, click on the Forgot your password? link and then type in the email address of the account you would like to open. A message will be sent to your email address with your account password.
If you want to change your password or other account information, simply log onto your account and follow the instructions on the page headed "My Account".
3. Remember to sign out
To further prevent unauthorized access to your account, remember that, after you sign in, you should sign out once you have (i) completed your transaction, (i) completed managing your account, or (iii) decided to step away from your computer. Anyone who accesses your computer after you have signed in but before you have either signed out or your session has timed-out can access your account.
4. Unauthorized use of your credit card
Under federal law, a credit card issuer cannot make you liable for charges in excess of $50.00 that result from the unauthorized use of your credit card. There are similar federal laws that relate to debit cards. Exceptions do apply, and you will have to comply with the rules of your credit card or debit card issuer, so please contact your card issuer for further details.