Back Off Hackers; Hires Two New 'Bodyguards' to Ensure their Customers’ Online Security

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Proving that customer security comes first – online wedding favors retailer debuts new HackerSafe® and Trust-E® seals of approval, halting hackers and stopping spammers.

This week has posted two new “sentries” on their site. Focusing on customer security, they’ve signed up with both TRUSTe® and HackerSafe®. So grateful brides can now shop for favors in super safety…and utter privacy.

As if enormous selection and exemplary customer service wasn’t enough, adding these security measures has solidified reputation as the web’s most trusted wedding favor site. In fact, they are the first and only wedding favor site to go to these lengths for customer security.

“Our brides have enough to worry about – the planning, the shopping, the stress of a wedding. We never want them to wonder if their credit card and contact information is secure,” explains Jennifer Nichols, owner of “Any way we can put their mind at ease is worth it to us. We’ll bend over backwards to assure brides that when they shop with us, they’re shopping in the safest environment possible.”

Think of TRUSTe® as the “spam police.” The ability to display the TRUSTe® Web Privacy Seal means has been proven to adhere to TRUSTe® very strict privacy principles. Some of these principles include the creation of a privacy policy and the posting of “notice and disclosure of collection” of customer’s contact information. Lastly, employing TRUSTe® principles lets customers choose and give permission about how their information is used and shared with other parties – if at all.

If TRUSTe® acts as spam police for, then Hacker Safe® is their fraud blocker. Brides and other favor shoppers can relax when they see the HACKER SAFE® certification mark. Because the only way the mark appears is if the site passes the “FBI/SANS Internet Security Test.” Not once, but every single day.

Hacker Safe® literally tries to hack into every day and their presence of their seal says “You just can’t hack this site!” Shoppers then know that they need not worry about credit card fraud and identity theft.

To learn more about, please call Jayne Leigh Hallock at (678) 282-0053 x 721.


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