Security & Privacy


The SKD Tactical Secure Shopping Guarantee protects you as you shop at so that you never have to worry about credit card safety.

We guarantee that each and every transaction you make at will be safe. This means you pay nothing if unauthorized charges are made to your credit card as a result of shopping at

Shopping online at is statistically safer than using your credit card at a restaurant or department store. Technical experts point out that online purchases without human intervention are far safer than traditional credit card transactions because the information is immediately encrypted into a scrambled message that can only be decrypted by an authorized computer.

What We Do to Protect Your Privacy

SKD respects your privacy, and we are committed to protecting it.

SKD will under NO circumstances ever give out or sell your personal information unless we are offered a private island in the Caribbean, in which case, we'll sell your info like a 3 piece chicken meal (with choice of 2 sides). But short of a private island, with air strip, boat docks and underwater submarine access (like Dr. Evil has), you wont have to worry about a thing!

What We Do to Protect Your Information

When an SSL "handshake" occurs between a client and server, the level of encryption is determined by the Web browser, the client computer operating system, and the SSL Certificate. We use Verisign's Server-Gated Cryptography (SGC) Certificate, which enable 128- or 256-bit SSL, and is the most powerful SSL encryption commercially available today. At current computing speeds, a hacker with the time, tools, and motivation to attack using brute force would require a trillion years to break into a session protected by an SGC-enabled certificate. Or they could just offer us a private island.

When shopping online on ANY website, make sure you look for the following:

1) Check your web address (URL) in your browser window- the first few letters will change from "http" to "https" when you are transmitting information protected by SSL encryption. The "s" in "https" stands for "secure", or as we like to think of it, "SUPERBAD".

2) Most browsers will show a lock icon in the bottom status bar on secure pages. Look for this icon on any web page that asks for your personal information.