Security
All information that you submit when purchasing online at llmedico.com (including your credit card numbers, personal info, email address, etc.) is encrypted with the latest SSL technology so that no one can intercept your personal and financial information when ordering. We want to make your online shopping experience worry free, so we use an extended SSL (Secure Socket Layers) certificate, the most advanced available today, from GoDaddy (click here to verify).

GoDaddy Extended Validation SSL 
 
Online Shopping Cart

The secure online shopping cart system makes use of two Internet technologies called JavaScript and "cookies". Bot must be enabled on your browser in order for our site to work properly. Below are explanations of JavaScript and cookies and how our shopping cart system makes use of them.

JavaScript is a light-weight, client-side (that, is it runs only in your browser) programming language that allows website developers to include dynamic content in their websites.  This shopping cart system uses JavaScript version 1.1 which is included in Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 4.0 and later, and Mozilla Firefox versions 1.0 or later.

Cookies are a mechanism that websites can use to store temporary information with your browser. Our shopping cart system makes use of cookies to temporarily store the products you have selected to include in your shopping cart.

Orders placed on our site are as mentioned before encrypted using SSL technology — so your transactions are protected. With SSL, information sent via the Internet can be trusted to arrive privately and unaltered to our server only. However, in order for SSL security to work, you must use an SSL-enabled browser. You must have SSL 2.0 or greater enabled in your browser settings in order to complete any secure transaction on our site. Follow these simple steps below to ensure that you have the correct settings enabled in order to complete a purchase.

For Internet Explorer 6 or higher:
  1. Go to Tools on your Menu Bar
  2. Select Internet Options
  3. Click on the Advanced tab
  4. Scroll down to the Security Options
  5. Then check the box next to Use SSL 3.0 if it's not already checked
For Firefox 2 or higher:
  1. Go to Tools on your Menu Bar
  2. Select Options
  3. Click on Advanced
  4. Select the Encryption tab
  5. Then check the box next to Use SSL 3.0 if it's not already checked
For Google Chrome
  1. Click the menu icon on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click the Show advanced settings... link.
  4. Click Content Settings... ...
  5. In the "Cookies" section of the dialog that appears, make sure Allow local data to be set is selected to allow both first-party and third-party cookies.
  6. Click Done.

If the box is already checked, then do nothing. You will be able to complete your hassle-free transaction knowing that your information is fully secure.