The Cybrary Bookstore”
Special Message, Information on Payment Methods, Policies and Amazon.com
Amazon.com is pleased to have The Cybrary in the family of Amazon.com associates. We’ve agreed to ship books and provide customer service for orders we receive through special links on the Cybrary Bookstore.
Amazon.com associates list selected books in an editorial context that helps you choose the right books. We encourage you to visit The Cybrary often to see what new books they’ve selected for you.
Thank you for shopping with an Amazon.com associate.
P.S. We guarantee you the same high level of customer service you would receive at Amazon.com. If you have a question about an order you’ve placed, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
How do I pay for my order?
Amazon.com accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and checks or moneyorders denominated in U.S. Dollars as payment for book orders.
You Can Pay Online:
Credit Card Transactions are Safe on Amazon.com. In a recent article byRob Pegoraro in The Washington Post’s “Fast Forward” magazine (May1996), spokesmen for MasterCard International and AT&T’s UniversalCard acknowledged that to date, they knew of no cases of Internetcredit card fraud. Statistically, it’s much safer to use your creditcard on the Web than to use it in a restaurant or department store.
Amazon.com thinks that’s good news, but they still take every possibleprecaution to protect the integrity of your credit card information.
Amazon.com offers you the choice of using the Netscape Secure CommerceServer, which encrypts any information you type in. You can safely enteryour entire credit card number on the secure server, and it cannot beread in transit.
Remember, if you choose the secure server, all the information you enteron the order form –name, address, phone number, etc. is safelyencrypted.
Don’t Want to Pay Online? You Can Pay “Offline”:
There are two ways you can order from Amazon.com without having to enteryour complete credit card number on the Web:
- Paying by check or postal money order
You can select “pay by check” on the order form, and send Amazon.com apersonal check or postal money order in U.S. dollars for the amount ofyour order. Paying by check does slow down your order somewhat, asAmazon.com doesn’t order your books until your check is received, andthey don’t ship the books to you until your funds clear. If you are inthe United States, paying by personal check typically delays yourorder about seven to ten days.
- Calling or faxing your card number
Amazon.com has a way for you to use your credit card without everhaving to enter the complete number on the Internet. When filling outthe order form, you can enter just the last five digits and theexpiration date of your credit card on the order form. This gives thema way to track your order but guarantees your security. Then you cancall or fax them to give us the rest of your credit card number. Youcan do this even if you can’t use our secure server, and your creditcard number will be totally protected.
(800) 201-7575 (toll-free in the USA and Canada)
(206) 346-2992 (outside the USA and Canada)
Where does Amazon.com Keep My Personal Information?
To give you an additional layer of security, all credit card numbers arestored on a computer that is not connected to the Internet. After youtype it in, fax it in, or call it in, your complete credit card numberis transferred to this secure machine across a proprietary one-wayinterface. This computer is not accessible by network or modem, and thenumber is not stored anywhere else.
Amazon.com does not now sell or rent our list of customers toanyone. If you would like to make sure they never sell or rentinformation about you to third parties, just send them a blank e-mailmessage at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amazon.com’s Shipping Policy
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