Safety statement T-com
T-Com takes care of the confidentiality and safety of your data during credit card authorization. Safety of the data on these websites is secured by using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security protocol with a 128-bit encryption. The exchange of sensitive data (e.g. credit card numbers) between T-Com Pay Way system, which performs online payment and credit card authorization centers, is carried out through a private network that has no access to the Internet and is fully protected from unauthorized access by using the ISO 8583 protocol. T-Com completely denies data access to unauthorized personnel.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a bit of information that a page you visit stores on your computer. Cookies allow the page to display information adjusted to your needs. Usually, the information stored are some of your settings (session token), and your settings for the website (such as links you open on the home page of the website). When you re-open the page which saved its cookies to your computer, your Internet browser sends the cookies back to the page.
Cookies also enable us to measure attendance rate , sources and traffic on our websites, so we could improve the performance of our pages.
All information collected by cookies are being accumulated and are anonymous, and allow us to monitor the effectiveness of the website. No information is shared with any other parties.
Information may be stored on your computer only if you enable it. Websites cannot access information you haven't provided them with, and cannot access any other files on your computer.
The decision whether to disable cookies on your computer is entirely yours. You can disable cookies. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your Internet browser. If you disable cookies, some of the functions of our website will be unavailable.