I finally got around to adding Pay Pal as another option at checkout. Pay Pal is so well-known, and many consumers trust it. The other option is Stripe, which is an excellent, highly rated company. The name "Stripe" doesn't show up for you to see during checkout, so if you don't have a Pay Pal account, that's the company that handles the financial transactions. ---Many people don't have e-commerce websites, and so you may wonder how it works and what I actually see when you order... So, this is what happens.... When you go to the checkout and enter your numbers, I have absolutely no knowledge that you're even placing an order or buying something, because during this time you are exclusively linked to either PayPal or Stripe. (You can Google Stripe... you'll find that they're a very popular ecommerce company in good standing.) ...Once your financial transaction is completed, this website sends me an e-mail telling me that an order was placed. So then I log into my website and it shows that I got an order. I click on to that, and all it shows is your name, the item(s) you purchased, the amount, your e-mail address and your address, so I can ship it to you. Also, after you have placed an order, this website automatically sends you an email acknowledging your purchase, along with a message from me that I set up for customers to receive. ----Before I had a website I really, really wondered what the internet companies were able to see, as far as my information. I suppose there are a few very tech-savvy crooks out there that know how to be diabolical, wicked creeps. It usually catches up with them too, because the FBI does a great job and so do the consumers who expose them on-line and to the FTC and FCC.
NEW ITEMS FOR MAY BEING ADDED NOW, AND FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS!!!!!!