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Micro Electronics, Inc. and Micro Center Online® always use industry standard encryption technologies when transferring and receiving any data that you exchange with our site. We employ the same industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology that is used by major banks and stock brokerage firms to conduct business via the Internet. This encryption procedure scrambles the information you send us and makes online transactions extremely safe. Despite what you may have heard, it is not a simple hack to intercept your personal info and decode it. Billions of dollars of transactions are conducted via the web every day.
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- The name of the company which owns the web site (e.g. Micro Electronics, Inc.)
- The site's registered Internet address (e.g. www.microcenter.com)
- The name of the Secure Server Certification Authority under which VeriSign issued the Digital ID (RSA Data Security or VeriSign)
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The effective date of this Safe Shopping Promise is May 28, 2002. It was last updated on December 5, 2018.