Yes. We use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to encrypt all data submitted to and from our site over the web. SSL renders donors' personal information, including credit card numbers, virtually unreadable to anyone who intercepts it. SSL is supported by all major browsers, including Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. (To find out if your browser is connected to a secure transaction server, look for a solid gold key in the lower right-hand corner of a Netscape browser. For a Microsoft browser, look for a locked padlock.)
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- Can Network for Good process donations from International Donors?
- Are Network for Good transactions safe and secure?
- How are donations processed by Network for Good?
- How do I use the donation processing API?
- Transaction Processing Fee (TPC)
- Batch & Donation FAQ
- How We Support You
- Can I Access the Partner Portal?
- Are Donor's Names Kept Confidential?
- Does my nonprofit need to comply with State Registration requirements in order to accept online donations?