Providing you with a secure online experience is a top priority of USTRC.
We recognize that your privacy and security are of the utmost importance, and we
have devoted a great deal of effort to ensure that your personal information is
If you use a security-enabled browser (such as Microsoft Internet Explorer
version 2.1 or greater, or Netscape Navigator version 2.0 or greater) paying
attention to two browser features will decrease the chances for the unintended
or fraudulent use of your personal information:
1. Browser security settings.
Your browser security preference settings are your first line of defense to
stopping the theft or unwanted viewing of confidential, personal information.
The most popular browsers offer you the ability to receive an alert or
notification if any of the following happen or are about to occur:
- changing between secure and insecure transmission modes
- receiving an invalid site identification for the site to which you are about to transmit
- sending a transmission over an "open" or unsecured connection
Check the settings of your browser security features to see all the checks
that are possible and those that are currently in place.
2. Browser security signals.
The presence of security measures surrounding the entry of data on a web page
is identified in several ways for you on your browser:
- the URL identifying the page will always begin with "https://" versus the normal "http://".
- a security symbol will appear to indicate
operation in a mode that supports secure transmissions: either a "closed lock"
icon is present in the bottom right-hand corner of your Microsoft Internet
Explorer browser screen, or an "unbroken key" icon appears in the lower
left-hand corner of the Netscape Navigator browser screen
If not using a browser with these standard security features, or if you are
still uncomfortable with submitting your personal information via the Internet
for any reason, please feel free to Contact Us over the phone or via fax
to complete your order.