Secure Payments Online

Online shopping is a fantastic way to find bargains and compare prices, so buying from companies with lower overheads can save you a tremendous amount of  money on the internet. But as its popularity has grown, so have the risks, as it has made it easy to steal money from anywhere in the world. Thankfully, if you follow a few simple rules you can have a safe and secure shopping experience online.

Secure Website

You should only ever put your card details into a secure website. Be on the look-out for tell tale signs to assure yourself that you are shopping safely. Remember, this only means the site is secured by encryption, and not that the seller has honest motivations.

The Padlock symbol – Look for the padlock symbol in the address bar to the left of the website address.

Website address – Secure websites should start with https://. The S stands for secure. Unsecure sites start with http:// notice the “S” is missing.

Valid certificate – By clicking on the padlock symbol or just to the left of the address bar, you can see information of the site certificate. This tells you who has registered the site. If a warning is visible regarding the certificate, you should leave the website immediately.


We use paypal as our payment gateway, you don’t need to have a paypal account but it makes it much more secure if you do, as you do not need to repeatedly re-enter your details every time you buy through them.

We do not see any of your financial  records as everything is completed on the paypal secure website who then pay us.

Paypal also covers you with their buyer protection policy. You can view their policy by clicking the link below.


We want you to feel safe shopping with us.