Have questions about Shop to Give Security and what happens to your information you need to enter into Shop to Give? No worries! Shop to Give keeps your information safe and secure. We use Tokenization and AES-256 encryption to keep your information secure. We never sell your information or even store your credit card info directly. Keep reading below for some further information. This FAQ will answer your questions and concerns about data safety when using Givebacks.
Does Shop to Give sell my data?
Does Shop to Give store my credit card information?
No - Shop to Give does not receive or store your bank account, payment card, or online payment service credentials on any systems that we operate. Shop to Give uses a process called Tokenization.
The primary difference—and benefit—of using tokenization vs. encryption is that tokenized data cannot be returned to its original form. Unlike encryption, tokenization does not use keys to alter the original data. Instead, it removes the data from an organization's internal systems entirely and exchanges it for a randomly generated nonsensitive placeholder (a token). These placeholders can be stored within an organization's internal systems for business use while sensitive values are safely stored outside of its environment.
So, in the event that a tokenized environment is breached, no sensitive data or compromising keys/credentials would be revealed—only the nonsensitive tokens. Because no sensitive data is being stored, none is available to be stolen. In effect, the risk of data theft is virtually eliminated.
What cybersecurity does Shop to Give have?
Shop to Give uses industry-standard AES-256 encryption algorithm to encrypt your data.
What is a browser extension?
A browser extension simply adds extra functionality to your Web browser. In the case of Shop to Give, the extension (aka, the “Shop to Give Extension”) reminds you when you can earn cashback from your online shopping.
Does Shop to Give cost my organization anything to use?
No! Shop to Give collects a fee from participating merchants when shoppers earn cashback.