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Stuff4fun - Security Stuff

While stuff4fun is all about having fun we do take some things very seriously. None more so than our customers security when it comes to online purchasing.

As stated in our privacy policy no credit card information is stored by stuff4fun. This information is transmitted via a tough 128k encrypted SSL certificate and then handled by our Payment Partner, Sage Pay UK who's servers are specifically designed and tested to provide maximum protection from any online attack. For more information about Sage Pay UK's security please click here.

To ensure extra protection of customer's information stuff4fun are fully Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Compliant (PCI DSS). Full details of this compliance can be found here. In brief it means no personal information is stored on any system or machine that is not fully backed up and guarded by industry approved fire walls and anti-virus software. All online servers are tested regularly by Sage Pay's Partner, Elavon to ensure integrity is maintained on these guards all year round.

Stuff4fun also supports and uses the latest anti-fraud scheme, 3D Secure. This is an extra security measure becoming an industry standard that helps your bank confirm that it is you and you only using the card number input at the time of purchase. If your bank uses this scheme they will, at some point during any online transaction, request that you activate the service by setting up a password specific to the card. This means, even if your card were stolen and used for an online purchase the thief would need to know your password to complete the transaction despite having the card and CV2 (3 digits on the back of the card) to hand.

As with any website transaction we ask our customers to be vigilant with their purchasing. We will NEVER e-mail customers requesting payment or card information. Should you receive any suspicious e-mail please contact us immediately.

If you have any questions regarding security of our site please contact us so we can try to put your mind at rest.