SagePay Secure Online Payments

Sage Pay Makes it Safe and Easy

Security starts the second you look at any DirectDoors.com page, on every page from beginning to end and not just as other e-commerce sites where the security is concentrated on the payments page, you can see that we take your enquiries seriously, the web address bar always starts of with "https" showing the page as secure.

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The secure process that DirectDoors.com uses to take online and telephone payments.

Sage Pay’s story started back in 2001 when Protx was founded by a group of private investors who had a dream to help small and medium sized businesses in the UK by providing safe, easy online payment services.  

Between 2001 and 2003 Sage Pay became accredited by all the major banks including Lloyds TSB, Cardnet, Bank of Scotland, Barclays Merchant Services, HSBC, Natwest Streamline, American Express, Diners Card, JCB, and Euroconex to provide secure online payments.

There are now 300 employees working across Europe, serving over 50,000 customers.  Sage Pay is known as one of the most trusted payment companies in Europe.

Sage Pay’s story started back in 2001 when Protx was founded by a group of private investors who had a dream to help small and medium sized businesses in the UK by providing safe, easy online payment services.  

Between 2001 and 2003 Sage Pay became accredited by all the major banks including Lloyds TSB, Cardnet, Bank of Scotland, Barclays Merchant Services, HSBC, Natwest Streamline, American Express, Diners Card, JCB, and Euroconex to provide secure online payments.

There are now 300 employees working across Europe, serving over 50,000 customers.  Sage Pay is known as one of the most trusted payment companies in Europe.

Before entering your card details on payment page, there are are a few things you can look for to ensure the page is secure.  All Sage Pay payment pages are regularly audited by an independent auditor to make sure they comply with the latest security standards. 

Is there a padlock?

As mentioned above, on every page from beginning to end and not just as other e-commerce sites where it is only on the payments page, you can see that we take your enquiries seriously, the web address bar always starts of with "https" showing the page as secure, the padlock image shows that any details are being collected securely using 128 bit SSL technology.  Clicking on the padlock will show you the SSL certificate. Depending on what Internet web browser you're using, the padlock can be located in 3 different areas

  • Bottom right hand corner
  • Next to the address bar
  • Top right hand corner

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What else can you look for?

If you can't see the padlock on the payment page, make sure the URL starts with 'https' instead of 'http'.  The extra 's' shows you the page is secure.

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