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Secure payment

We offer a secure payment interface with our partner, CIC bank, and its payment module, CM-CIC. Secret Velvet does not store any bank details


The whole transaction is carried out on the CIC banking site in encrypted mode. You temporarily and seamlessly leave the Secret Velvet site in order for you to record your bank details.


What is the necessary information to pay online?


Check these elements before entering confidential data, as a guarantee of security. In order to use the most powerful protocols, we recommend the use of a browser's latest version.


On the payment interface, we will ask you for:

- the bank card or charge card details (15 or 16 digit numbers)

- the expiry date

- the CVV (3 or 4 last digits on your card's signature panel)


With the deployment of 3D Secure (recognizable with the "Verified By Visa" or "MasterCard SecureCode" logos) your bank will also ask you, at the time of payment, to authenticate through confidential information that you will enter on an Internet page from your own bank.


Which security measures does CM-CIC payment use?


Our CM-CIC Payment platform uses the standardized system of encoding called "SSL protocol". When you are on the payment page, it translates into:

- A pictogram in a corner of your browser: one of these signs must be present. Padlock symbols present at the time of a secure connection: The padlock must be locked.

- In the address bar of your browser, the browser is in "https://" mode instead of "http://".

- When you go from unencrypted mode to encrypted mode (and vice versa), the browsers display a message warning you of the change.