[Birmingham, April 23, 2014] - Atkinsons Coins and Bullion, a trusted name in gold and silver bullion trading, recognises the importance of security for online orders. The company ensures its system does not leak any customer information by incorporating multiple security programs that keep all transactions secure.
Atkinsons Coins and Bullion is partnering with the online security arms of Barclays ePDQ, Verified by VISA and Mastercard SecureCode. The company keeps constant contact with these firms to stay up to date on security protocols, as well as monitoring transactions.
Atkinsons Coins and Bullion also double checks digital data with physical records. The system cross-references the data listed on the customer account with the information written on the registered cards used for purchase. The Atkinsons system only asks for one address, and if it does not match the card address, it will not process the payment.
Proper and Constant Use
In order to keep transactions as smooth as possible, Atkinsons Coins and Bullion put a £10,000 maximum cap on transfers for every 24-hour cycle. Any purchase total higher than the cap will attract the attention of the security system and may hamper the process of payment.
The online ordering system allows customers to make gold and silver bullion purchases with as little hassle as possible. According to the company, the online order service is the most used feature on the new website, with a majority of customers making orders through debit and credit cards.
About Atkinsons Coins and Bullion
Atkinsons Coins & Bullions is an independent, family-owned wholesale and retail jewellery company that buys and sells gold and silver coins, bars and bullions. The company has been established for 20 years as a retail business operating in Sutton, Coldfield, and its proprietor, Paul Atkinson, has worked in the jewellery trade for over 30 years.
To learn more about Atkinsons Coins and Bullion, visit their website at www.atkinsonsbullion.com.