The identity of www.primasource.com is verified by COMODO RSA Domain Validation Secure Server CA
www.primasource.com pages are encrypted before being transmitted over the internet
www.primasource.com is encrypted and authenticated using AES_128_GCM and uses ECDHE_RSA as the key exchange mechanism
To keep giving you a great experience, we periodically update our website security certificates based on new SSL Standards.
PrimaSource is PCI Level 1 certified
PrimaSource.com's Secure Payment service is provided by 2checkout
Customers throughout trust 2checkout to keep transactions secure. 2Checkout employs the highest level of protection against fraud and data breaches
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard is maintained by the Payment Card industry Security Standards Council, a group created in 2004 after MasterCard, Visa, Discover, JCB, and American Express collaborated to create a universal platform to prevent fraud for whenever Credit Card information is being transmitted.
PCI Compliance currently has six objectives: to build and maintain a secure network, to protect cardholder data, to maintain a vulnerability management program, implement strong access control measures, regularly monitor and test networks, and to maintain an information security policy. These objectives are maintained through a set of strict regulations Merchants and Payment Service Providers must follow to collect and transfer Credit Card information.
2Checkout is committed to protecting you from fraudulent activities. 2checkout offer a three-tier defense strategy to identify fraudulent activity and keep fraud from impacting you. Our approach is rigorous and straightforward.
2checkout use statistical algorithms and data collection techniques to assess more than 300 variables in under 3 seconds to identify markers of fraud. Our algorithms are proprietary to our business and customized to different industries and geographies.
The Verification of Suppliers on PrimaSource.com serves to safeguard Buyers by ensuring Suppliers are legally registered companies. Inspections of the companies are carried out by both PrimaSource.com and/or independent verification companies.PrimaSource does not and cannot guarantee the authenticity or genuineness of services provided by the Suppliers.
The best way to reduce fraud is for Buyers and Suppliers to conduct proper due-diligence before entering into any transaction. PrimaSource doesn't guarantee honesty of Buyers and Supplier, so it is important to conduct proper research before commencing business. Tips on verifying your Supplier:
2 step verification for All registration . PrimaSource ensures email and telephone of all subscribers is verified using a Secure, Automatic process
Phishing is an attempt to acquire personal data (e.g. usernames, account passwords or credit card details, etc.) or other valuable information by pretending to be a trustworthy company or person. Phishing messages are usually sent by email or by instant messenger. Scammers use phishing emails to cheat PrimaSource.com's customer and negatively affect the IT Mart. This fraudulent practice was mainly invented to steal your primaSource.com Member ID, password and other personal details. When obtained, fraudsters can sign in to your account, pretend to be you and commit scams in your name. They can also direct you to a fake website, ask you to make a payment and steal your money.
Please be aware that the ‘From’ field in emails can be easily altered and that it is not a reliable indicator of the true origin of an email.
Most fraud emails start with a generic greeting such as ‘Dear PrimaSource Member’ or Dear PrimaSource User’. Please note that emails from PrimaSource.com start with your first name.
They will also try to scare you into "taking urgent action" by threatening to suspend your account if you do not provide sensitive information as soon as possible.
Please note that if PrimaSource.com requests information from you, we will always direct you back to the PrimaSource.com site (www.primasource.com).
To appear legitimate, fraudsters will also sign off their fraudulent emails using normal PrimaSource.com sign offs. If you are unsure of the legitimacy of the email that you received or are concerned that you may have been a victim of phishing emails/websites, please contact us and sign in to PrimSource to change your password immediately.
If you think you may have an account already, it's always best to use your existing account. You can select "Forgot Your Password?" on the sign-in screen to regain access if you're having trouble signing in.
Click the link in the verification e-mail that's automatically sent after attempting to create the new account.
If you didn't receive our verification e-mail: