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On the web, SSL tries to do two things:
Encrypt and verify the integrity of traffic between the browser and the server.

Verify that the browser is talking to the correct server. In practice, this usually means verifying that the owner of the domain and the owner of the server are the same entity. This helps prevent man-in-the-middle attacks. Without it there’s no guarantee that you’re encrypting traffic to the right recipient.

It’s more secure. In particular, it significantly reduces your risk of being exposed to a man-in-the-middle attack.
Users correctly feel more comfortable sharing their payment information on pages visibly served over SSL. Your conversion rate is likely to be higher if your pages are served over SSL too.


How can I tell if a web page is secured?

There are two general indications of a secured web page:

1) Check the web page URL
You should also check the URL (website address) to see if the site is secure.  Secure web sites will start with https:// instead of just http://.  For general web browsing, URLs beginning with http:// are fine, but when transmitting personal or confidential information, you want to be sure the site begins with https://.

2) Check for the "Lock" icon
THE LOCK ICON IS NOT JUST A PICTURE!  In addition to the warning messages that many browsers use when you enter or leave secure sites, most browsers also display a security icon, usually a small locked padlock, when you are on a secure web site.




We accept payments from almost any credit card and debit card, no matter where you live.

We will also be able to accept in the future gift and prepaid cards that are one of the above types. We can use Stripe to charge cards of these types from customers anywhere in the world.


Security is one of the biggest considerations in everything we do. If you have any questions, or encounter any issues, please contact us at

Stripe has been audited by a PCI-certified auditor, and is certified to PCI Service Provider Level 1. This is the most stringent level of certification available.

A: The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of requirements designed to ensure thatALL companies that process, store ortransmit credit card information maintain a secure environment. Essentially any merchant that has a Merchant ID (MID).
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) was launched on September 7, 2006 to manage the ongoing evolution of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) security standards with focus on improving payment account security throughout the transaction process. The PCI DSS is administered and managed by the PCI SSC (, an independent body that was created by the major payment card brands (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and JCB.).
It is important to note, the payment brands and acquirers are responsible for enforcing compliance, not the PCI council.
A copy of the PCI DSS is available here.


With Secured Stripe Gateway , we can charge almost any kind of credit or debit card: Visa, Discover, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Diners Club


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