Privacy & Security

Your Email Address & Personal Information

We at RES eCom, Inc., developers of, believe that you have the right to know how your personal information may be used or disclosed. You take your privacy seriously, and we respect your concerns. We do NOT rent, sell, or otherwise distribute your personal information to any other businesses not directly associated with drop-shipping orders for

Your Credit Card Information is Secure with Us

Currently we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Amazon Payment and PayPal. We utilize a "secure server" (computer) for all our credit card transactions, and all your personal information will be encrypted prior to being transmitted over the Internet. The CHECKOUT process for can be verified as secure by looking for the "httpS://www..." and security lock at the beginning or end of the address bar URL after you enter the CHECKOUT process. Clicking on the lock and then the "Connection" tab or "View Certificates" button in the subsequent drop-down menu will show you the following...

Verify Security Credit Card Processing

Additionally, if you click on the seal in the lower right corner of the page you can further verify that " is a verified Authorize.Net merchant". What does that mean? As you'll read when you click on the Seal below, "Authorize.Net is committed to providing its merchant customers with the highest level of transaction processing security, safeguarding customer information and combating fraud. More merchants trust Authorize.Net than any other payment gateway to process their ecommerce transactions securely."

Trusted Commerce Seal

About the Trusted Commerce Seal - Trusted Commerce is an online indication graphic or "seal of approval" indicating that we are taking industry standard steps to secure your credit card information. Click on the Seal for more information.

Final Note

With the three methods above you can verify that is utilizing industry standard security measures, and you can be confident that your credit card information is safe.

On some websites you may see something to the effect of, "Security Tested by and date". Why don't we have this? Simple. It's counter intuitive! Ask yourself this question, "Why would you want to have a company you hardly know poking at your computers daily to see if they can find a security whole?" It's like paying someone you hardly know and never see to check the windows and doors of your house to see if they are locked or not.