Security / Payments
9 Installments Opportunity
You can shop in 9 installments with Bonus, World, CardFinans, Axess, Maximum and Paraf-enabled credit cards.
Am I safe when shopping with a credit card?
Supavolt uses the latest technologies and the best service providers for your security when shopping with a credit card.
There is a key at the bottom of your browser on every page where you enter your personal information. This key is your assurance that the information you send through your browser will be protected against third parties. In addition, high security standards apply to all purchases you make from Supavolt. Thanks to SSL Security Certificate and 3D Secure services, you can easily shop without risking your security.
What is 3D Secure?
3D Secure is an identity verification system developed by card companies to ensure the security of online shopping. In online shopping, it is also known as a credit card verification process with a password. The application used for Visa is called “Verified by Visa” and the one for MasterCard is called “SecureCode”.
Can I pay by money order/EFT?
At Supavolt, you can pay by wire transfer/EFT.
Click on the “Money Transfer/EFT” button next to the credit card option on the payment screen and select one of the banks offered to you on the screen that opens and write down the account number.
You will see the amount you will pay on the order confirmation screen. Make a note of this amount and check your product information.
Confirm the transaction by clicking the “Confirm Order” button at the bottom of the screen only once.
On the new page that opens, you will be given an order number by the system. Do not forget to write this number in the explanation part of the receipt when transferring/EFT to the bank.
You can also make your money transfer from ATMs, however, order number, name, etc., for payments made through ATMs. Since the explanations cannot be written, there is a problem in order confirmation. In order to avoid such problems and to confirm your order in a short time, we recommend that you send us your payment information by e-mail.
EFT transactions made to our bank account numbers may vary depending on the bank and the time of payment. EFTs made in the afternoon are processed the next day.
You will be notified by e-mail when your money transfer/EFT transaction is confirmed. When you receive this message, your order is in the preparation phase. You can easily access information about your order from the "Order Tracking" tab in the upper right corner of the homepage.
What is SSL?
SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, is an encryption-based Internet security protocol. It was first developed by Netscape in 1995 for the purpose of ensuring privacy, authentication, and data integrity in Internet communications. SSL is the predecessor to the modern TLS encryption used today.
A website that implements SSL/TLS has "HTTPS" in its URL instead of "HTTP."
How does SSL/TLS work?
- In order to provide a high degree of privacy, SSL encrypts data that is transmitted across the web. This means that anyone who tries to intercept this data will only see a garbled mix of characters that is nearly impossible to decrypt.
- SSL initiates an authentication process called a handshake between two communicating devices to ensure that both devices are really who they claim to be.
- SSL also digitally signs data in order to provide data integrity, verifying that the data is not tampered with before reaching its intended recipient.
There have been several iterations of SSL, each more secure than the last. In 1999 SSL was updated to become TLS.