Security Information

Shopping at www.bellabathrooms.co.uk is completely safe and secure.

Internet security and the safeguard of our customers important information is of the upmost importance here at www.bellabathrooms.co.uk that’s why we insist that only the best internet security systems will do, read on to see why.

We do understand that some people are a little cautious when shopping online, that’s why here at www.bellabathrooms.co.uk we use some of the highest level of security systems available in the UK.

www.bellabathrooms.co.uk servers use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), an advanced encryption technology that protects important and personal information.

Our security systems not only meet the industry standard of 1024 BIT but are actually twice as secure at 2048 BIT.

All important information such as credit card numbers and personal information is processed externally by SagePay (formally Protx) and protected by the VeriSign Green EV bar, SSL Security and Extended Validation.

Sage Pay Verisign

EV SSL

When entering your personal details at the checkout stage you will notice that the address bar at the top of your screen turns Green, This is the very latest technology use by big names such as PayPal, Ebay, PC World and Pioneer to name a few, and as a customer of ours we feel you shouldn’t settle for anything less.

So rest assured, shopping online at www.bellabathrooms.co.uk is by far statistically safer than using your credit card at a department store or in a restaurant.

Get Safe Online

Get Safe Online is the UK’s first national internet security awareness campaign for the general public and small business. The campaign is a joint initiative between the government, the Serious Organised Crime Unit (SOCA) and private sector sponsors from the worlds of technology, retail and finance.

Get Safe Online will help you protect yourself against internet threats.

Protect your PCProtect yourselfProtect your business
Block viruses, hackers and other threats Protect your family, money and privacy Extra advice for small businesses
  • Stop viruses
  • Block hackers
  • Avoid spam email
  • Backup data
  • Keep strangers out
  • Advice for parents
  • Protect your privacy
  • Buy and sell safely
  • Avoid scams
  • Safe online banking
  • Employee training
  • Data Protection Act
  • Write a plan
  • Find help and support
  • Control access to data

To find out more, visit the Get Safe Online homepage.