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More Than A Shop Creates a Worry Free Shopping Center by Teaming Up with the Symantec Corporation and the iSafeSite Organization

More Than A Shop Creates a Worry Free Shopping Center by Teaming Up with the Symantec Corporation and the iSafeSite Organization

Visit us and see why we’re more than just a shop

Kingston, NY (PRWEB) March 02, 2011

More Than A Shop has announced that they recently teamed up with iSafeSite and the Semantec Corporation to make online shopping a safer, more enjoyable and worry free experience. More Than A Shop is an online retailer which caries a wide selection of products including: computers, electronics, sporting goods, apparel and auto parts.

According to company officials, many perspective customers when they reach a new website, their first concern when they go to make a purchase is to worry about whether it is safe to do so. A common indicator of this is when perspective customers keep revisiting the same website over and over again but never make a purchase. The solution: Help them feel more comfortable visiting your site.

Company representatives felt it was their job to do something about it so that perspective customers did not have to guess if it was alright to shop. Company executives, therefore, decided to apply for and were accepted into the iSafeSite network.

The iSafeSite organization is a membership network of trusted and monitored websites that adhere to a strict set of privacy and safe shopping practices. To carry the certification seal, a website must have a clearly stated privacy policy, a return policy, a valid contact number, business address and this information must be easy to find. Websites carrying this certification seal are also checked for website security concerns. While the iSafeSite organization does not mediate disputes, it does reserves the right to revoke certification for unresolved disputes.

For potential customers it be comforting to know that they have come upon a safe and secure website but More Than A Shop has taken it a step further according to the company representatives. Even websites run by honest and legitimate online business owners can still prove dangerous to a customer’s computer and their wallet. The company’s vice president, therefore, decided to utilize Norton Safe Web which is a new reputation service offered by the Semantec Corporation. The result could be seen within a day with a 20% increase in sales.

The Symantec Corporation which is a leader in internet and computer security. Their servers analyze web sites to see how they will affect the computer of a perspective customer before they even visit the website. They then report this information via a toolbar installed in the browser of the perspective website visitor.    

Norton Safe Web also provides reviews from other customers and checks for computer viruses, adware, spyware and other dangers. Our potential customers can now check us out before even coming to our website so they can feel more confident about taking their time determining if we have the right products to serve their needs.

Company executives seemed particularly pleased to enroll in Semantic’s Norton Safe Web program. One executive is quoted as saying because it fits in so well with our corporate philosophy of making a shopping place more than just a place to buy goods and services. Want to know more? Visit us at

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