Verifies the identity of a website's owner and operator and uses verified Data Encryption (SSL). Confirms the website is scanned daily for malware and malicious content for retail customers.
The presence of a “trust mark” such as the GlobalSign Secure Site Seal will help visitors trust a website and convert general visitors into paying customers. So why risk potential customers abandoning their shopping carts and web forms? Simply display the Secure Site Seal to give them the confidence to complete the transaction.
The Secure Site Seal is available free of charge to all GlobalSign SSL Certificate customers and is currently being used across tens of thousands of GlobalSign customer websites, worldwide and displayed on tens of millions of unique web pages.
Adding the Secure Site Seal to all your web pages will give immediate tangible trust benefits, with significant effects:
Please see the following page, to follow the installation steps:
Your choices will automatically generate the needed HTML code in the box below. To install the Secure Site Seal on your website, copy the code and insert into your web pages' appropriate location through use of a Text or HTML editor.
Potential customers can be influenced in their decision to complete online transactions by the impression of a secure service being provided on the web page. With that said, e-businesses are increasingly becoming aware that to survive in the online retailing environment they must provide evidence of strong validation and authentication. The question is how can this be achieved?
Secure Site Seals help to educate website visitors on company investment in leading security technology and shows their commitment to protecting them against phishing attacks and eavesdropping. Visitors simply click on the Site Seal to view easy to understand website security information including the organization / website owners details and general SSL information - assuring them that the website is authentic, protected and that they have invested in SSL to secure transactions and data transfers.
The Secure Site Seal is another indicator of trust and security outside of HTTP turning to HTTPS in the browser address bar and displaying the commonly trusted yellow padlock. Site Seals are not only to recognize the usage of SSL, but can also be used for a number of services. A selection of secure service Trust Marks and Site Seals include:
Assures a website code adheres to BBB Standards of Trust, eight principals summarizing important elements of creating and maintaining trust in business.
Acknowledges the website possesses an average customer rating of four stars or more with a minimum of sixty reviews. Feedback from the consumers are directly solicited by shopping.com