We go to great lengths to keep your information private and safe. All personal information is collected in a secure area of our site, to protect you from any loss, misuse or alteration of information collected. We do not collect or store credit card information on our site. All payments are processed by Paypal International.
If you have additional questions regarding security at Clickabrew, please call us at 1-709-754-4090 or e-mail us, including your name and mailing address, at email@example.com.
The PayPal site is highly secure. They use industry-leading technology (such as SSL) to keep your information safe.
PayPal automatically encrypts your confidential information in transit from your computer to theirs using the Secure Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) with an encryption key length of 128-bits (the highest level commercially available). Before you even register or log in to the PayPal site, their server checks that you're using an approved browser - one that uses SSL 3.0 or higher.
Once your information reaches the PayPal site, it resides on a server that is heavily guarded both physically and electronically. PayPal servers sit behind an electronic firewall and are not directly connected to the internet, so your private information is available only to authorized computers.
Even though we do not process your credit card information on our site we still send all personal information that you sumbit to our server by SSL encryption. This means your name and address information is encrypted when you submit it to our server.
Newtek's state-of-the-art network and datacenter is located in Scottsdale, Arizona within one of the most secure and reliable facilities in the western United States, offering the utmost in service, speed, and network availability. With the latest technology and equipment, advanced levels of security, and a 24/7 team of on-site dedicated professionals.
Newtek utilizes multi-tiered security measures to ensure the physical security of your data, including 24/7/365 professional security, video surveillance, biometric retinal scanning, and a man-trap entry point.