STiPrepaid.com does not rent, sell or otherwise share with others the information you provide us. We may send occasional e-mail to you about STiPrepaid.com products.
2. Why do I need to register an account?
We understand that you might not want to register your user information with us. However, doing so is necessary for us to provide you with the best service. Our instant-PIN delivery can only work efficiently when delivering to registered users.
Registering a username and password enables us to both deliver instantly and protect you and us against predatory Internet thieves. Your information will never be sold or abused. The information you provide is used by our staff to verify the authenticity of your purchase and, on occasion, to deliver important news and special offers relating to our products.
3. How can you offer these protections against Internet fraud?
We maintain a vigorous consumer protection policy to fight fraudulent credit card users.
Our transactions are encrypted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL), the industry standard in e-commerce protection.
Attempts at fraud will be reported to the appropriate enforcement agency and STiPrepaid.com makes available its own private investigation service to aid the state police and attorneys general in their pursuit of credit card thieves.
4. What if I am still uncomfortable?
Our customer service staff will also be pleased to help you order by phone at 1-888-444-9936. If you are still uncomfortable, please visit a local retail location where STi Prepaid calling cards are sold.
5. How do I know that my transaction is secure?
STiPrepaid.com guarantees that every transaction you make while shopping at our site is safe. This means you pay nothing if unauthorized charges are made to your credit card as a result of shopping at STiPrepaid.com.
In the event of unauthorized use of your credit card, you must notify your credit card provider in accordance with its reporting rules and procedures.
6. Is the information I provide during registration secure?
Yes. The data is encrypted by your web browser before transport and is stored in a secure database for our internal use only.
7. What are cookies?
HTTP cookies are small pieces of data sent by a web server to your browser which then stores them on the hard drive of your computer.
Cookies allow information to be preserved during your visit to a site or even between visits. This makes it possible for web sites to "remember" the items in your shopping cart or your configuration preferences for example.