We do our best to provide a secure and convenient online shopping experience. When you buy something from us, we save your credit card details for a faster, easier checkout the next time.
Lulu.com is a secure site (secured by VeriSign) and has a signed certificate. Data you enter into your browser when making a purchase is encrypted and secure. To make sure you are accessing our secure server before you submit personal financial information, look at the bottom corner of your browser. If you see an unbroken key or a closed lock (depending upon your browser), then you are accessing our secure server. The URL shows "https" at the beginning of the Web address if you have accessed a secure server (non-secure URLs begin with "http," without an "s").
Another way Lulu safeguards your credit card is by requiring you to enter your card security code at checkout. The card security code is an important internet security feature that appears on the back of most Visa/MasterCard and Discover cards, and on the front of American Express cards. This code is a three- or four-digit number which provides a cryptographic check of your credit card number. See the image below for an illustration.
The card security code helps validate that the customer placing the online order actually has the credit card in his/her possession, and that the credit/debit card account is legitimate.
Tip: To ensure successful orders, make sure the billing address you enter in the shopping cart matches the billing address on your credit card.