|Protecting the safety of your credit card information is important to us.
For the security reason, we do not store your credit card number. We also ask CVV number to the customer during credit card process for the another security method. Card Verification Value (CVV) Another method for cardholder verification is the CVV system. Visa cards use what is called a CVV2 code; Mastercards call it CVC2, and American Express calls it CID. CVV2 and CVC2 (Visa/MC) are located on the back of the credit card, printed in ink on the signature strip. The number is the last three digits on the righthand side of the long string of numbers on the strip.
We use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 128bit technology to protect the security of your credit card information as it is transmitted to us. SSL is the standard in Internet encryption technology, which is a highly sophisticated method of scrambling data as it travels from your computer to our website's servers.
To make sure you are accessing our secure server before you submit personal financial information, look at the lower left-hand corner of your browser. If you see an unbroken key or a closed lock (depending upon your browser), then SSL is active. To double-check for security, look at the URL or Location line of your browser. If you have accessed a secure server, the first characters of the address in that line should change from "http" to "https."
Some browser versions and some firewalls don't permit communication through secure servers like the ones we use to process orders at Bigmsg.com Online. If for any reason you cannot access the secure server, please feel free to place your order with us by phone at 1-(253) 573-1152.