You can shop at bumr.uk with confidence. We have partnered with stripe and Paypal who are leading payment gateways in united Kingdom, to accept credit cards and electronic check payments safely and securely for our customers.
These third party payment gateways manages the complex routing of sensitive customer information through the electronic check and credit card processing networks.
These company adheres to strict industry standards for payment processing, including:
- 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology for secure Internet Protocol (IP) transactions.
- Industry leading encryption hardware and software methods and security protocols to protect customer information.
- Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
We guarantee that every transaction carried out at bumr.uk is 100% safe. Each operation, which implies the transmission of personal information or bank details, is carried out within a safe environment. bumr.uk uses a secure server, which uses a protocol called SSL (Secure Socked Layer) to ensure the secure transfer of information via encryption.
In this way the credit card details are only known and handled by the bank, whereas the order and client details are known and handled only by the trader.
In an effort to provide greater security to credit card owners, we have now updated our web-site to include the latest security measures for on-line commerce developed by VISA and MASTERCARD. These are known as 3D Secure Code (Verified by VISA) and SPA/UCAF (Mastercard Secure Code). In this way, if you are a holder of a “Secure enabled” card, you will always be able to make a payment with a VISA or MASTERCARD on our web-site.
When making a VISA or MASTERCARD payment, customers will be asked to supply the following information: the credit card number, the expiry date and a validation code, which refers to the last 3 digits printed on the back of the credit card. In this way we are able to guarantee even greater security for on-line transactions.
What is Verified by Visa and Mastercard Secure Code?
The main objective of this protocol is to offer greater security both to the Internet user and to the commercial on-line companies, by authenticating the buyer as the legitimate holder of the card being used for payment.
In practice, if you choose to make a payment with your “secure enabled” VISA or MASTERCARD, you will be asked to provide your credit card number and expiry date as before, and also a password or PIN for exclusive use when making on-line payments. This password will identify the customer, unequivocally, as the owner of the card. In this way, no one will be able to make an on-line payment without first having knowledge of the afore-mentioned password. If a “secure enabled” card is required to make payment the logos below will appear on the page asking for credit card details.
If you have not yet received a PIN or password for exclusive use when making on-line payments, we advise you to contact the financial institution who issued your card and request that this service be applied so that you can benefit from secure on-line purchases. This is possible either by contacting your bank or making an on-line request.