This is a secure site!
We share your concerns regarding Internet security. Alaskan Harvest uses secure software encryption for all of your personal information including credit card number, name and address. With this encryption, your information can safely and securely travel over the Internet.
Ordering over the Internet is as secure as using your credit card in a store or over the phone (perhaps even more secure). However, in the event of any unauthorized use of your credit card, most banks offer solutions to recovering any losses. Please consult your lender via the customer service number on the back of your credit card for more information.
How our secure servers work
1) Starting your order.
Every order at www.alaskanharvest.com is secure. All data submitted during the order process is encrypted using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption.
2) Making a Positive ID.
After you've selected items to purchase, you'll be prompted to continue your order by clicking on "Check Out." At this point, your browser looks for a "site certificate" to confirm that it is communicating with our secure site. Once a positive ID is made, your order continues.
3) Entering "Secure Mode."
At this point, your computer and our server begin communicating in secure mode, sending data back and forth in an encrypted format. We are now ready to ask you for your credit card information. The encryption features of browser software are exceptionally powerful and ensure the security of this data as it is transmitted to our server.
How can you tell if you are in Secure Mode?
The standard, unsecured URL address begins "http://". When you enter secure mode, the beginning of the URL address will change to "https://"; the "s" stands for secure. Most browsers in secure mode also display a blue line along the top of the browser window. Netscape Navigator (versions3.0 and earlier) displays a broken key symbol in the lower left corner of your browser window when you are not viewing a secure page of a site. This key will become solid when you enter secure mode. Netscape Communicator 4.0 uses a padlock, in the same location as the key, to indicate if you are in standard or secure mode. The padlock is open in standard mode and closed in secure mode. In Microsoft's Internet Explorer, you'll see a padlock symbol at the bottom of your browser window when the browser is in secure mode.
Still feel uncomfortable sending your personal information over the Internet?
That's okay! Just call us at 1-888-824-4278 to place your order.