Is it safe for me to give my account number to BIB?

Modified on Thu, 11 Apr at 4:02 PM

BIBLIO Payments

BIBLIO asks only for information that can be found printed at the bottom of every check that you write. 

Your bank account details can only be used to deposit money into your account.  BIBLIO will not and can not use your bank account information to take money out of your account.

Payments to Biblio are handled entirely separately, and Biblio will continue to use the credit card you have on file with us in your Update How I Pay BIBLIO tool.

Your bank account information is transmitted to BIBLIO through a secure, encrypted link.  The security of Biblio's site and of data encryption is tested and verified continually by McAffee, a third-party verification service.

Why is encryption important?

Web or eBusiness systems may hold data that you wish to protect, such as business-critical or personal information. Encryption increases the security of data transmissions, reducing the risk of third-party observers being privy to content. Encryption can also be used for stored data. Encryption can help protect your personal information from third-party observation or interception.

BIBLIO uses digital security certificates.  That provides a means of proving BIBLIO's identity in electronic transactions, much like a driver's license or a passport does in face-to-face interactions. With a digital server certificate, our customers and business associates can be assured that BIBLIO business registration and domain ownership have been verified by an independent third party.

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