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|Our Commitment to Privacy:|
VitaminDeal.com appreciates your patronage and respects your personal privacy. The information you provide to VitaminDeal.com stays at VitaminDeal.com since we do not use third parties for shipping or fulfillment. We will never share or release your personal information such as your name, street address, telephone number, e-mail address or any other personal information, without your consent. The personal information that you provide to us is used only to process your order, reply to your questions, and to improve your future experiences with our website.
At VitaminDeal.com our customers' security is very important. We support the Internet standard of Secure Socket Layers or SSL to ensure that the transmission of your sensitive information can not be intercepted or decoded.
To ensure that your order is being placed on a Secure Socket Layer, there are several visual clues displayed by your browser.
First, you will notice the "http" in your browser's URL location has changed to "https".
In Netscape browsers, you will see the lock located in the lower left corner will now appear closed with a slight glow.
Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers will also display a closed lock, but in the lower right corner of the browser. Regardless of your browser, the puritan.com website will display these visual clues to reassure you that your information is being transferred securely.
In addition we will not divulge any information we receive from customers to anyone. We will not rent, sell or give your name or credit card information or purchase history to any other company, agency or individual.
Credit Card Encryption - You Can't Hack It
All online transactions at our web sites are handled with industry-standard SSL encryption.
When you enter your credit card number into the order form, it is transmitted across the Internet in an encrypted (scrambled) form, and then decoded when it gets to us.
For added security, we also encrypt the credit card number when it is stored. We do not leave customer information on the web server.
If you are not the kind of person who worries about being hit by lightning as you're crossing the street, you probably don't have to worry that your credit card number will be intercepted on the way to a secure Web site. According to CNN,
"The prevalent opinion...is that on-line credit card use is actually no riskier for consumers than traditional "low-tech" transactions."
We order products online all the time, both as a company and as individuals. When we use a credit card to buy something online, we feel at least as safe as we would using one in a store or restaurant.