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How to Add a Secure Payment Feature to Your Site
By: KC Morgan
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  • How to Add a Secure Payment Feature to Your Site
  • Secure Your Site with PayPal
  • Sign Up with VeriSign
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    How to Add a Secure Payment Feature to Your Site - Sign Up with VeriSign

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    VeriSign ( is another well-known name on the Internet. This site offers business solutions which include identity theft protection and overall site security -- two things you definitely want to offer to your buying public and to your site. Services like VeriSign’s help ensure that your site will stay safe overall, always a good precaution when you’re dealing in sensitive, private consumer information.






    When you sign up with VeriSign, you’ll be able to avail yourself of a wide variety of merchant services and business solutions designed to keep your site, and all sensitive customer information, safe and protected. You’ll be able to boast the VeriSign seal that lets your traffic know their safety is well-protected on your site.

    VeriSign not only makes your site truly secure, it makes your customers feel secure -- and that’s the important part of earning their trust. If you want visitors to spend money on you, doesn’t it make sense that they have to trust you first?  

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