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Making a Payment with Adventure Centre
When you purchase at any shop online you will find that the website uses a Payment Service Provider (PSP) for taking payments. Some common examples of PSP's are PayPal, Google Checkout, SagePay, SellerDeck Payments and World Pay. Our choosen PSP is SellerDeck Payments, all payments made to Adventure Centre are currently made via this provider. By using SellerDeck Payments we ensure your security further as we only have access to certain details of your order, for example we can only access part of your credit card number.On our checkout you will enter your personal details first. Then you will be asked to enter your payment card details on a SellerDeck Payments webpage, which is secured using SSL. The address for this page is https://live.ekashu.com/ .After you have entered your details and submitted your order, dependant on card type you will be asked to verify your credentials. We do this using Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode (links to official websites below). By using these verification tools we aim to minimise the risk of fraud both to yourself and ourselves. These services are not a tool used by ourselves, or SellerDeck Payments, rather they are a tool created by Visa and MasterCard in conjunction with most banks worldwide.
What is SSL?
As breifly described about SSL is a particular protocol used by web servers to encrypt data about to be transferred (or decrypt when recieving data). To encrypt data being transferred across the internet securely you must use a SSL certificate, this certificate provides a unique "handshake" code by which the server will encrypt your data before transfer. The provider of the certificate will then provide the receiving server with a "handshake" identical to the one from the server sending data, in doing so allowing for decryption of the data. When you enter data into your web browser and hit "submit" we also use encryption to secure your data getting to our servers.SellerDeck Payments use a 256-bit Extended Validation SSL certificate secured by GlobalSign, double click the padlock on a secure page to verify this certificate.
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