What are Trust Badges.
Trust Badges are a common sight in today’s ecommerce business and market scene. From free shipping to safe check out, there’s always going to be a trust badge displayed to strengthen its claim and fortify the trust that your customers have towards your brand. But what is a trust badge really? And why do they seem everywhere, even in businesses and websites that seem to be new? Let’s find out!
Defining Trust Badge
As the name suggests, a Trust Badge is a badge displayed commonly in ecommerce sites like Amazon and eBay so that your visitors will know that your page and business is authentic and legitimate. It also gives them the knowledge that any data that they share (using cookies or third-party means) will be collected and stored using safe and secure means. Even though the trust badge appears everywhere, it is fully understandable as with ecommerce, there isn’t really any other way to verify whether a seller or business is legitimate or not. Your other options other than a trust badge and a safe checkout sticker would be to check reviews or wait for a family member or close friend to vouch for the seller.
Trust Badges may also denote that the security features of the website are intact and safe. With that, guaranteed safe checkout and sensitive information like credit card details and addresses are kept safe.
To keep it short: a trust badge is a symbol you see often placed on your website that denotes security and legitimacy to your customers.
Our Trust Badges
Our trust badges denote the safety and security of our site and all of it’s transactions. Our SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is Symantec secure. We accept all credit cards and other corporate forms of payment.
What is SSL?
SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, is an encryption-based Internet security protocol. It was first developed by Netscape in 1995 for the purpose of ensuring privacy, authentication, and data integrity in Internet communications. SSL is the predecessor to the modern TLS encryption used today.
A website that implements SSL/TLS has “HTTPS” in its URL instead of “HTTP.”
How does SSL/TLS work?
- In order to provide a high degree of privacy, SSL encrypts data that is transmitted across the web. This means that anyone who tries to intercept this data will only see a garbled mix of characters that is nearly impossible to decrypt.
- SSL initiates an authentication process called a handshake between two communicating devices to ensure that both devices are really who they claim to be.
- SSL also digitally signs data in order to provide data integrity, verifying that the data is not tampered with before reaching its intended recipient.
There have been several iterations of SSL, each more secure than the last. In 1999 SSL was updated to become TLS.
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100% Money Back Guarantee.
We provide a money back guarantee on the quality of your product and guarantee that it meets the pre-approved proof for artwork and logoing. Please note we can only guarantee the correct color match if you provide us a pantone number. Pantone numbers are a universal color matching system. If you do not know your pantone number please find it here. Download or View Free Pantone Chart
The PayPal security badge means that if you wish, you can pay with your PayPal account or use your credit card in conjunction with your PayPal account.
We accept all major credit cards.
Other forms of Payment.
We can also accept company checks as well as bank transfers. We will also work with corporate purchase orders. PO’s.
For complete information call toll-free-1-888-908-6932 or email Sam.