Vistaprint response to #NOTW advertising query

Dear Valued Customer:

Thanks for contacting Vistaprint, where it’s easy to make an impression for less.

In response to your inquiry, we are happy to inform you that VistaPrint protects our customers and their information using the most advanced standards for security.

We use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, which is supported by the vast majority of modern Internet browsers. SSL technology represents the highest level of security available on the Internet. It automatically encrypts information traveling over the Internet, verifies the identity of the transacting servers through certificates and digital signatures, and confirms that the integrity of message content is maintained throughout transmission.

VistaPrint’s minimum requirement for transactions is the standard 40-bit or 56-bit encryption supported by the Internet Explorer 5.0 browser. If you are not using this browser, please refer to your browser’s documentation for information on its security features.

Please note that we do not send receipts with your order, however upon completion of the checkout process, there is an order confirmation page, which provides an order number for your reference. Also, from the Order Details screen, you will be able to print out a copy of your transaction.

We hope you find this information helpful. Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.

Thank you for choosing Vistaprint.

Sincerely,

Petrina Lysaith
Vistaprint Customer Service

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