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Privacy and Security

Privacy and Security

Privacy

We may collect personal information when you place an order with Design Veronique®, including your name, address, telephone number, email address, and credit card information. Your personal information, along with a record of your purchases, is maintained in a secure database. At no time is this data shared, sold, or rented to any third-party company. We appreciate your trust in Design Veronique® and are committed to respecting your privacy and safeguarding your personal information.

Security

We take great care to safeguard your personal information during transmission by using Tokenization encryption software when processing your credit card payment. When confirming an order, we reveal only the last four digits of your credit card number.

What is Tokenization?

Tokenization is a technology solution that intercepts credit card numbers entered into any enterprise payment acceptance system or environment, and replaces credit card numbers with a surrogate value or token. This token is used just as if it were the real card to support customer requests and facilitates reporting however, the randomly generated token has no meaning or value to hackers in the event of a breach. The credit card tokenization technology keeps unsecured cardholder data and other personal data from entering enterprise systems including ERP, CRM, legacy applications and eCommerce sites.
The encrypted card number is stored off-site in a Paymetric secure, PCI-compliant data vault. This token is used just as if it were the real card to support customer requests and facilitates reporting without interrupting day-to-day operations. By capturing and tokenizing cardholder information prior to the raw card data touching the source system, merchants no longer handle or store unsecured cardholder data on-site, but instead store tokens.

Tokenization:

  • Protects the data
  • Eliminates source systems from PCI compliance
  • Significantly reduces the cost and effort to maintain PCI DSS compliance