Our Article Submission System is offering its consumers secure bank card payment provided by CIB Bank. The security relies on the separation of data. With the use of the system the Article Submission System receives only the quantity of the ordered commodity and the delivery address from the consumer, while CIB Bank the card data on a 128-bit SSL secured payment page. The Article Submission System will not be informed about the payment-side data content, they are accessible for CIB Bank only. The bank will inform the Article Submission System if the transaction was successful or not. Your internet-browser must support SSL encryption to use bank card payment solution. The counter-value of the purchased goods, the paid amount will be promptly blocked on your card account. Please read this information carefully.
You will find below a short description about how you can shop in a safe and reassuring way.
SSL is an abbreviation for an accepted encryption method called Secure Sockets Layer. This Bank has a 128-bit encryption key to protect the communication channel. A firm named VeriSign makes possible for CIB Bank the use of the 128-bit key, with which we ensure the SSL-based encryption. For the time being this encryption method is used in 90% of global e-commerce. Before transmission, the browser used by the buyer encrypts the card holder’s data with the help of SSL which means they are passed to CIB Bank in a coded form, this way they are indecipherable for unauthorised persons.
CIB Bank’s Internet payment system allows the use of cards like MasterCard/Maestro and VISA and VISA Electron (the use of the last one is subject to the permission of the issuing bank), and cards for only internet use.
In the case of bankcard payments, following the successful transaction – this means the approval after the expiry date of the bank card and the coverage are controlled – CIB Bank debits the account of the Card Holder with the countervalue of the goods/services.
If you’re not directed back from the payment page to the Store’s website, the transaction qualifies as unsuccessful. If you click on the „Back” of „Refresh” buttons of the browser on the bank’s payment page, or close the browser window before you could be redirected to the store, the payment will qualify as unsuccessful.
If you wish to receive more information about the outcome of the transaction, or learn about the causes and details of unsuccessful transactions, please contact your account keeping bank.