1.Credit card fraud is virtually non-existent
through shopping on the Internet, but it could happen. If you experience fraudulent use of your credit card as a
result of shopping with glassmart.com, simply notify your credit card company in
accordance with its reporting rules and procedures. Most credit card companies will either cover all
of the fraudulent purchases or hold you liable for a maximum of $50.00.
2.In the unlikely event that your credit card company
discovers credit card fraud, and holds you liable for some portion of the unauthorized
charges, there is no need to worry. Provided the purchase was made through our secure
server, glassmart.com will reimburse you for the remaining liability up to a maximum of
$50.00. This is standard practice on the Internet, and just part of the reason why
people prefer shopping with us.
You can always order by telephone. Simply call us toll free at 1-888-452-7796 or
707-733-5214 if you are located outside of the United States. No matter how you
place your order with us, we want you to have an online buying experience beyond your
Nine Tips for
Online Credit Card Safety
only one credit card online to make it easier to identify fraudulent
only a credit or charge card — never a bank debit card — for
online purchases. Under the Fair Credit Billing Act, consumers are
liable for a maximum of $50 if a credit card is used fraudulently and
have the right to dispute charges under certain circumstances and
temporarily withhold payment while the creditor is investigating them.
Debit cards don't offer such protection — using one online puts your
entire checking or savings account at risk.
sure to print a copy of your purchase order and confirmation number
for your records.
your bills carefully each month and cancel the card immediately if you
find any bogus charges.
that any credit card you use online can be stolen. It might not, but
that way you’ll have account numbers handy to simplify and hasten
the process of canceling the card.
caution when using smaller online retail sites, which tend to use
off-the-shelf e-commerce software and have fewer resources to devote
e-mail to a retail site asking whether users' credit card information
is stored by the company. You can ask the company to remove your data
from its database. Or, if you like the convenience offered by Web
sites that keep your card numbers on file, ask if the site encrypts
your personal information before it's stored. If the answer is
"no," you should shop elsewhere.
provide credit card information in response to a solicitation.
check your credit history through a credit-reporting company.