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Secure Shopping at Direct From Mexico
We understand and share your concern about security and privacy. The information that you provide when placing an order with Direct From Mexico is secure — it cannot be read or tampered with during the transaction.

Direct From Mexico's web site is hosted by Yahoo! Store on its secure servers, and orders are processed using Yahoo! Store's shopping cart system. Our checkout process uses industry-standard SSL (Secure Socket Layer) technology to encrypt and scramble all personal information, including your name, address and credit card information, so that it may not be read by others as it travels over the Internet. Time and technical advances are proof that Internet credit card transactions handled over SSL secure servers are every bit as safe as using your credit card at local stores, gas stations and restaurants.

Yahoo is one of the largest and most technically advanced Internet Companies in the world and has gone to great lengths to ensure that shoppers using their store software are protected by the latest in powerful encryption technology. Yahoo! uses the Stronghold Secure Server, currently the second top selling secure server software, and in our opinion, technically the best product. It supports industry-standard 128-bit SSL encryption. When you begin a transaction, by clicking the checkout button in the shopping cart, the rest of your visit will take place on Yahoo!'s secure server.

NOTE: Email is not encrypted, so please do not send your credit card number in an email.

Your Credit Cards Have Built-In Protection!
You may not know that your credit card provides 100% fraud protection for on-line shopping. Here's the latest information:

What your credit card protection provides:
American Express Online Fraud Protection Guarantee - Use the American Express Card online, and you won't be held responsible for any unauthorized charges. Period. No fine print, no deductible - just ironclad protection, so you can shop with confidence anywhere on the Internet.  Read more >>
 
Discover 100% Fraud Protection - Whenever you use your Discover Card online, you will not be responsible for unauthorized charges. Plus, when you shop online at our business partners' sites, we guarantee they are SSL (Secure Socket Layers) compliant.  Read more >>
 
Mastercard Zero Liability - Have peace of mind knowing you won't be responsible for unauthorized purchases. Receive the benefit of not being liable in the event of the unauthorized use of your U.S.-issued MasterCard. As a MasterCard cardholder, coverage extends to purchases made in a store, over the telephone, or on the Web.  Read more >>
 
Visa With Visa's Zero Liability policy, you're guaranteed maximum protection against fraud. Should someone steal your card number while you're shopping, online or off, you're protected. You pay nothing for their fraudulent activity.  Read more >>

What is a "Cookie"?
A cookie is safe way for web sites to generate a text file and save it to your computer's hard drive. The small text file contains pieces of data sent by the Yahoo! Store web server which can "read" this information when you visit the site again. The main function of the cookie is to remember the items you place in the shopping cart as you leave and return to the cart. A cookie cannot access your computer files or hard drive.

Does Direct From Mexico Use "Cookies"?
Yes, you will receive a "cookie" when you enter our site. This cookie allows the site's features to run smoothly. This small piece of text (a few bytes) is stored on your computer. The cookie does not reveal your identity or email address or harm your computer. The cookie is used to restore session information. The only information contained in the cookie is your session ID; no personally identifiable information is stored nor transmitted in the cookie.

CISP Compliance
Yahoo! Store is certified CISP-compliant. Created by Visa and MasterCard, the Cardholder Information Security Program (CISP) outlines a standard for security procedures for merchants and service providers that store, process, or transmit cardholder data.

More Information about CISP:
Learn more about CISP.
View the list of CISP-compliant service providers in PDF format (Yahoo! Store appears on page 4).

If you have any questions or concerns, please call us Toll Free: 1-866-234-8744.