Guaranteed secure transactions
Because Livingwithed.tv uses some of the most sophisticated commercially available security software, it is extremely unlikely that any personal information that you transmit to us will be misappropriated. In the rare instance that an unauthorized person obtains your credit card information and uses it, by federal law, you are only liable for the first $50. In any instance where you have discovered or suspect fraud, you need to contact your credit card companies immediately. Because we are so confident in our security measures, we will reimburse you for the $50 not covered by your credit card company. That's our security guarantee. And for you, it means there is no risk when shopping at Livingwithed.tv.
Our site employs the latest version of Secure Socket Layer Technology (SSL) to encrypt your information and help make sure that only you and Livingwithed.tv ever see it. Some Web browsers and some firewalls will not permit a secure connection. If your Web browser will not permit a secure connection, you can use a standard server connection to complete your transaction, but this method is not guaranteed to be secure.
How to tell that your browser is secure
To check that your browser is in secure mode, check that a "lock" or a "key" icon is displayed in the lower left-hand corner of your browser window. You can also check by looking at the URL bar on top of your browser. This line will typically show the first characters as "https" when a secure connection has been established rather than "http" which indicates a connection that is not secured.
Your Livingwithed.tv password
Your password is your key to your personal information on Livingwithed.tv - including your account information and your order information. Please keep this in a safe, secure place and do not share your password with others. If you should forget your password, Livingwithed.tv can email the password to your account's email address. If this should occur, Livingwithed.tv will remove access to all credit cards on the account as a safety precaution.