Secure payment

All payments made within our MANCATE Tropical Fruit store use a secure payment method with SSL certificate.

MANCATE Tropical Fruit at no time stores information related to your credit, debit card, bank accounts or passwords. In fact, we will never ask you for this information.

It is normal that there is some uncertainty when making payments over the Internet, but we can assure you that you can operate with complete peace of mind and security if you choose any of the different payment methods that we offer on our website.

The entire electronic payment process is done on servers with SSL encrypted connection. You can pay by Paypal or by credit / debit card. In both cases, you will momentarily leave our website, so that your connection will be secure on a payment gateway, certified by Paypal in the first case and by CECA in the second case.

In the case of making the payment by bank transfer, we will receive notification of your deposit, but we will not store any financial data of your bank account in our database.

In this way, in each and every one of the payment methods that we offer to our clients, secure payment is guaranteed.

What is SSL encryption?

SSL encryption prevents malicious people from intercepting transactions, from a simple search query, to something else such as consulting the data of a credit card, thus avoiding data theft by interception or identity theft.

How do you know if a website uses SSL Security?

There are two easy ways to know if any web page has an SSL certificate.

Look for the icon with the green padlock in the navigation bar.

In the URL you can see that it starts with https instead of http.

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