How does online payment work?
legendURN offers you the following secure payment methods:
SPECIFY YOUR ORDER NUMBER FOR ALL PAYMENTS!
Online shopping is as safe as the high street and it’s reassuring to know:
If you’re the victim of online fraud
If your order is not delivered
If you receive the wrong item
If your order is delivered damaged
If your travel company or airline goes under before your trip or whilst you are away
AND you have paid with your credit card, you can get your money back (subject to your bank’s terms and conditions).
PayPal ensures secure and smart online payment. Due to our collaboration with banks, national and international payments are easy to complete using a bank account.
A PayPal account is free for purchases. If you wish to sell products using PayPal, PayPal receives compensation from the vendor. Linking your bank account number to a PayPal account guarantees secure and easy payment, at home and abroad.
You do not need to transfer money to your PayPal account; the money will be deducted directly from your specificed bank account or from your credit card. Amounts paid to your PayPal account can be transferred to your own bank account immediately.
PayPal is committed to ensuring security. Financial information is never divulged to the vendor. PayPal also employs its own fraud prevention team that works around the clock to guarantee the safety of online payments. PayPal, in addition, offers ‘buyer protection’.
Any goods eligible for PayPal buyer protection are insured for the full purchase price, free of charge.
SSL Safe shopping
legendURN uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to provide you with the safest, most secure shopping experience possible. SSL technology enables encryption (scrambling) of sensitive information, including passwords and credit card numbers during your online transactions. All of the forms on our site are secured with SSL technology so that your personal information stays safe and out of malicious hands. You will also notice that when you look at the location (URL) field at the top of the browser you will see it prefixed with 'https:' instead of the normal 'http:'. This means that you are in secure mode.