Security Policy

While shopping at SuspensionConnection.com, you do not have to worry about credit card safety. We guarantee that every transaction you make will be safe.

SuspensionConnection.com uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), an encryption technology that works with Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox, Apple Safari and other browsers, so that only SuspensionConnection.com can read a buyer's personal information. SuspensionConnection.com has also obtained a digital certificate from GeoTrust, a leading provider of Internet trust services. When you begin the checkout procedure your browser will automatically be directed to our secure commerce server so that all your personal information will be encrypted before it is transmitted over the Internet. It’s easy to tell when you are protected by encryption – the lock or key at the bottom of your browser changes color or is no longer open/broken. This may vary depending on your browser.

As an added measure of protection, SuspensionConnection.com does not store any credit card information on our web server. We have partnered with Authorize.Net, a leading payment gateway since 1996, to offer safe and secure credit card and electronic check transactions for our customers.  This means that should anyone be able to gain unauthorized access to our website, they will not be able to access any of our customers credit card information. As a consequence, regular SuspensionConnection.com customers are inconvenienced by the need to re-enter payment information each time they make a purchase at our website. We feel the extra security and piece-of-mind this offers our customers more than makes up for the small inconvenience. This is not standard practice on the Internet and just another reason why people prefer shopping with us.

Online purchases are statistically safer than using your credit card at a restaurant or department store. Technical 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.

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.