Credit Card Safeguard

Our Security Safeguard
We don't just stand behind our jewelry. We also do our best to provide a safe and
secure online shopping experience. We have been selling our jewelry collection online
since the early days of the Internet and there have been no reported cases on credit
card fraud on our website.

That means we safeguard our customers' credit card information. If your credit card
or debit card ("credit card") is used in an unauthorized manner on our site (as
determined by your credit card company), we will cover whatever amount your credit
card company doesn't up to $50.

Credit Card Safety
Protecting the safety of your credit card information is important to us.

We use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to protect the security of your
credit card information as it is transmitted to us.

SSL is the gold standard in Internet encryption technology, which is a fancy way of
saying that it's a highly sophisticated method of scrambling data as it travels from
your computer to our website's servers.

If someone steals your credit card information or uses your credit card in an
unauthorized manner on our site (as determined by your credit card company)
through no fault of your own we'll cover up to $50 of the charges your credit card
company doesn't. What's more, we'll do what we can to make the whole process as
hassle-free as can be.

What about my bank or credit card company?

Under the Fair Credit Billing Act, your bank or credit card company cannot hold
you liable for more than $50 of unauthorized or fraudulent charges on a credit card.
Your liability for unauthorized use of a debit card may be higher, but most debit card
issuers voluntarily apply the $50 limit to their cards, as well. If your bank does hold
you liable for any amount up to $50, we will cover the liability imposed on you, up
to $50. IJG, Inc. will cover this amount only if the unauthorized use of your credit
card occurred at IJG, Inc. and through no fault of your own.

Remember: If unauthorized use of your credit or debit card does occur, you must
notify your card provider, in accordance with the agreement you have with the company.

How do I know my credit card information is secure?
To make sure you are accessing our secure server before you submit personal financial
information, look at the lower left-hand corner of your browser. If you see an unbroken
key or a closed lock (depending upon your browser), then SSL is active. To double-
check for security, look at the URL or Location line of your browser. If you have
accessed a secure server, the first characters of the address in that line should change
from "http" to "https."

Shown below are the URL address and bottom connection line on Microsoft Explorer
and Netscape Navigator. Please note the "https" address and unbroken yellow lock that
indicates SSL encryption security.
  In rare instances some browser versions and some firewalls might not permit
communication through secure servers like the ones we use to process orders.