Credit Card Security - What You Should Know!
Netbanx Optimal Shopper Transaction Security
NETBANX is a Payment Service Provider that enables businesses with an online store to accept credit and debit card payments securely over the internet. They do not hold information about the goods/services you have ordered from Jasper International Academy or their delivery status. Shoppers wanting to cancel an order or receive a refund must do so by contacting the Jasper International Academy directly - please see our terms and conditions page.
When you submit your payment details, the NETBANX payment service will request authorization from your card issuer. You will see a message on the screen confirming whether your transaction was successful. A successful payment will also be confirmed by email. This email will include the details of your purchase and your NETBANX reference number, which should be quoted on any correspondence with the Jasper International Academy. It will be sent by NETBANX to the email address you provided when entering your payment details.
If you receive more than one email and you have only made one purchase, please contact the Jasper International Academy from which you made the purchase and inform them that you may have placed multiple orders by mistake. They will be able to arrange a refund if necessary.
Please note, authorization of your payment does not guarantee acceptance and fulfillment of your order by the Jasper International Academy. If you are in any doubt about the status of your order, please contact the Jasper International Academy you have ordered from directly and they will be able to advise you of your order status. Our contact details are displayed on our website, the online store purchase receipt and on the transaction confirmation email.
The system will check the billing address of the credit card provided by the user against the address on file at the issuing bank of the credit card. CVV and CVV2 Match Used to verify that the person making the transaction is in possession of the credit card by validating the three-or four-digit code on the front or back of the card.