When you shop at Cushion Source®, you do not have to worry about the safety of your credit card. Cushion Source® guarantees that every transaction you make will be guarded and safe.
Cushion Source® uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), an encryption technology that works with FireFox/Netscape and Microsoft's Internet Explorer so that only Cushion Source® can read a buyer's personal information including all of your credit card information.
Multiple statistics back up that online purchases are statistically safer than using your credit card at a 'walk-in' retailer or department store. Information Technology experts state that online purchases are far safer than traditional credit card transactions because the information is immediately encrypted into a scrambled message that can only be decrypted by an authorized computer or server.
Under the Fair Credit Billing Act, all FDIC banking institutions bank cannot hold you liable for more than $50.00 of fraudulent charges. To completely make you comfortable with buying from our company, Cushion Source® will cover all fraudulent activity that your bank will not up to $50.00. We will only cover this liability if the unauthorized use of your credit card resulted through no fault of your own from purchases made at Cushion Source® while using the secure server.
In the event of unauthorized use of your credit card, you are required to immediately notify your credit card provider in accordance with its reporting rules and procedures.
The parent company of Cushion Source®, Online Commerce Group, LLC, is a BBB Accredited Business since 2006.
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