Ensuring secure online ordering is an important part of our pledge to honor your privacy. Winners All Online utilizes SSL (secure socket layers) to protect your credit card information. SSL encrypts all ordering information, such as your name and credit card number, so that it cannot be read in transit. When you place an order with Winners All your credit card information is captured and stored separately from your order, so that it cannot be read by anyone other than our customer service staff. Only customers using browsers that support SSL can complete their order online using secure transactions.
As reported in a recent Knight-Ridder News Service article (which appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer), “In 1997, there were no reports of credit-card information stolen on the World Wide Web during a transfer of information over a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) line, the kind of line used by Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Explorer. There were no slip-ups. None.”
If you don’t have a browser that supports SSL or if you feel uncomfortable sending your credit card information via the web, we offer you the option of faxing or calling our Fort Worth, Texas retail store to complete your order. Once you’ve selected the items you wish to order we’ll ask you to provide a shipping address. After you’ve entered shipping information, you will have the option to proceed with your order online. If you do not feel comfortable ordering online, simply print you order page and fax it to (817-738-1146) or call (817-738-9255) our store with your credit card number.
You are free to visit Winners-All.com without identifying yourself, but if you’d like to make a purchase you will need to register your information when prompted. Any information you provide during the registration process, and the purchases you make, are considered part of your Winners All account. We use this information to fill your orders, provide customer service assistance, and improve the content of our site so that we may better meet your needs.
Winners All believes that your personal information including your purchases, email and residential addresses, and credit card information belongs to you. We collect this type of information when you provide it, but we do not rent or sell information concerning our customers to third parties.
The United States Federal Trade Commission has created an information page “How to Be Web Ready,” located at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/online/webready/index.htm, which provides general tips on how to protect your privacy online. For more detailed information, you may wish to consult the FTC publication “Site Seeing on the Internet.” This handbook is filled with information about how to use the Internet wisely, and tips on how to avoid fraud and deception online and keep personal information private. “Site Seeing” shows parents how to teach children ways to have fun online without giving out private information.