Whenever your personal information is submitted on this website we do our utmost and will protect your information both online and offline.
We employ a variety of security technologies and procedures to help protect and enhance security of your personal information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure once we receive it.
Vitaminhaat.com takes reasonable and appropriate steps and no stones unturned in protecting your personal information from unauthorized disclosure or access. However, no data transmitted over the internet or stored on a server can ever be Hundred Percentage secured. Thus, while we strive to protect your privacy and personal information, we cannot guarantee the security of any information transmitted or disclosed to us online. We are not responsible for the disclosure, destruction or theft of your personal information’s.
If you have opted to register with us online, you have established a password for your account, in which case your online account information will be protected by your password. We suggest and recommend that you do not share or disclose your passwords to anyone. You are responsible for the confidentiality of your account and password and are fully responsible for all activities that occur under your account and password. We recommend and suggest creating challenging passwords such as those with alphanumeric combinations and Special signs and long enough.
While on a secure page, such as the order form which is hosted in a secure data facility, the lock icon of your web browser becomes locked. It indicates that the connection between your web browser and our web server is secured. While on a secure page, the ‘http’ on your browser automatically changes to ‘https:’.
When you submit sensitive information [like credit card number], that information is encrypted and is protected with the encryption software which meets or exceeds industry standards – (Secure Socket Layer). While on a secure page, such as our order forms which is hosted in a secure data facility, the lock icon on the bottom of web browsers such as Firefox, Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer becomes locked, as opposed to un-locked, or open, when one is just ‘surfing’.