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You can shop at MyVersy.com with confidence. We have partnered with Authorize.Net, a leading payment gateway since 1996, to accept credit cards and electronic check payments safely and securely for our customers.

The Authorize.Net Payment Gateway manages the complex routing of sensitive customer information through the electronic check and credit card processing networks. See an online payments diagram to see how it works.

The company adheres to strict industry standards for payment processing, including:

  • 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology for secure Internet Protocol (IP) transactions.
  • Industry leading encryption hardware and software methods and security protocols to protect customer information.
  • Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

For additional information regarding the privacy of your sensitive cardholder data, please read the Authorize.Net Privacy Policy.

MyVersy.com is registered with the Authorize.Net Verified Merchant Seal program.

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The Authorize.Net Payment Gateway manages the complex routing of sensitive customer information through the electronic check and credit card processing networks. See an online payments diagram to see how it works.

Our GoDaddy.com Verified SSL certificate keeps you safe by protecting the information that’s flowing to and from our website. It encrypts names, addresses, passwords, account and credit card numbers and more so hackers and other online criminals can’t read them. An SSL certificate serves as an electronic “passport.” It establishes our website’s authenticity and credibility and enables your browser and our Web server to build a secure, encrypted connection. Click the image below to verify our certificate.

Credibility is established by checking the digital certificate, which includes:

  • The Certificate holder’s name (individual or company)
  • The Certificate’s serial number and expiration date
  • A copy of the Certificate holder’s “public” cryptographic key
  • The digital signature of the Certificate-issuing authority