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Boltz.com uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to provide you with the safest, most secure shopping experience possible. SSL technology enables encryption (scrambling) of sensitive information during your online transactions. All of the forms on our site are secured with SSL technology so your personal information stays safe and out of malicious hands.
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The Trustwave Trusted Commerce Seal is present across Boltz.com as an assurance that we use industry standard measures to secure your personal information. Just click on the seal to see how our security policies, procedures and practices are being measured and validated by Trustwave daily.
Boltz.com servers are protected by secure firewalls—communication management computers specially designed to keep information secure and inaccessible by other Internet users. So you're absolutely safe while you shop.
SSL Technology, Trustwave, and Industry Standard Firewalls all work together to ensure your privacy and to assist in protecting your personal data.
Does your site have a secure connection? How am I able to tell if it is a safe connection?
Our site uses SSL encryption to secure the communication of all sensitive information passing between your browser and our servers. To confirm that it is a secure connection, you should see the https://www.boltz.com/.... in the URL. The “https” indicates that it’s using SSL. Furthermore, you should see a yellow lock at the bottom right corner of your browser.
Shouldn’t the address bar show https:// rather than http://www.boltz.com/? Doesn’t the ‘s’ at the end mean it is a secure connection?
We use https:// only for our secure pages, i.e. those pages that transfer confidential information such as the Login, My Account, and Checkout pages. Pages that are only used for products or blogs will still use the regular http:// since no sensitive information is being passed through them.
Why is it that Boltz does not request the 3 digit security code from the back of credit cards?
Simply put, we think it’s a pain to have to get out your credit card every time you want to purchase something and we just don’t need that information to process your payment. (We also have a wonderful staff of individuals who review thousands of orders each month who actually keep our fraud rating well below the industry average without it) (However, this is something we are still looking into)