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partyman66:
I was going to place a pre-order for the GH-625XT training watch, but I noticed that the US-Globalsat site does not have an SSL encrypted login for processing the order and credit card information.

Do you guys have a more secure way to handle this?  I really don't want my credit card information being stored in plain text on every intermediary webserver between my provider and the US-Globalsat Server.... this is just asking for trouble/identity theft.

I highly suggest you guys upgrade your site/checkout/cart configuration to use VeriSign-Trusted SSL certificates for both the security of your customers and the integrity of your operation.

GS_TECH01:
We do apologize for the inconvenience and we will be working on it to get it updated. This could be possibly resolved early next week since we are on holiday for the remainder of this week.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

partyman66:
I'm not sure how much expertise you guys have with dealing with this sort of thing, but here is a direct link to where you go to get the SSL certificate process started:

http://www.verisign.com/ssl/buy-ssl-certificates/index.html?tid=a_box

Verisign/Symantec currently offer 4 different packages for purchasing a single SSL certificate, which comes along with various other protection suite options from their website, priced anywhere from $400 to $1500 for a one year subscription (less if you buy a multi-year subscription).... and they also have 30 day free trials available for each of those options so you can give it a shot and see how easy it is to implement without a risky financial commitment in order to implement it and test how feasible it is for you.  SSL certificates are generally very easy to setup, but the procedure varies depending on what software you use to host your webserver and how customized/hard-coded your site design is(can involve changing the http: prefix in some of your hyperlinks in some cases).

I've mostly done SSL certificates on web servers hosted on Microsoft IIS, and they were a breeze to implement(literally took about an hour to install).

GS_TECH01:
Thanks for the suggestion. Just forwarded this info to our graphics department.

As of now, still awaiting their response regarding this issue. Will provide an update once I got a response. Please standby.

partyman66:
In the interim time, is there any other way to place a pre-order for this watch?  I've been following this thing along its development on here for some time now in hopes of being able to get my hands on one as soon as possible and would love to be able to do so at the pre-order $159 price.

Perhaps ordering via phone, or paypal?

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