Dec 192008
 

Our goal is make it easy to receive a good price. We offer automatic discounts once you register, discounts based on purchase amount and free shipping on all orders over $125. We do not require a reseller license and registration is a simple process with no approval required. Simply click the “Create Account” link at the top of the page or visit: create account and fill out the form.

Discounts

We offer a simple and automatic discount structure on OutletShirts.com. On many products we are not allowed to advertise our low price by the manufacturers. For the this price you must sign in to your account. To setup an account all you need is your billing address and email address. Click here to sign up. On top of this automatic discount we offer discounts based on your purchase amount. We do not require you to purchase by the case or dozen. The discount are automatically taken off your order during checkout or you may call us toll-free to place an order. The discount are as follows:

  • Free shipping to all orders of $125 and up.
  • 5% off order starting at $150 and over.
  • 7.5% off on orders of $250 and over.
  • 10.% off on order of $500 and over.
  • 12.5% off on orders of $1000 and over.
  • Additional discounts for orders over $2000 may apply. Call to inquire about pricing.

Free Shipping

Not only do we offer free shipping on every order* over $125, we will deliver it very quickly. Nearly all orders are delivered in 1-3 days following the day the order was placed. Generally an order will ship the same day. In the event of a stock issue you will be notified first by email then by telephone to make a substitution. We do not ‘short ship’.

With multiple discounts and free shipping our customers have discovered that OutletShirts provides them with the ability to profit from the resale of our products.

*Screen printing and embroidery orders to not qualify for free shipping.

 Posted by at 1:46 pm
Dec 122008
 

Secure web pages use a transfer protocol named SSL.
Short for Secure Sockets Layer, a protocol developed by Netscape for transmitting private documents via the Internet. SSL works by using a private key to encrypt data that’s transferred over the SSL connection. All of the major browsers support SSL including Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, Fire Fox (Mozilla) and Safari, and many Web sites use the protocol to obtain confidential user information, such as credit card numbers. By convention, URLs that require an SSL connection start with https: instead of http:.

When entering your credit card, or any sensitive information on the web it is recommended that you look for the "https://". The whole site does not have to be protected, just the pages that ask for confidential information.

You should also look for some sort of 3rd party Digital Certificate
Digital Certificates are used to verify identity and are used in a variety of scenarios, such as e-mail protection and validation, secure web sites, online shopping carts and more. On a secure web site, when you are required to provide your credit card information, you will need to be assured that your confidential information is secure. You also need to know that you are sending information to the company that you think you are, and not to an intruder impersonating this company. Digital Certificates that are issued by a trusted 3rd party provide verification that the current web site does indeed represent this company, thereby verifying the company’s identity.

Outlet Shirts has been verified by Go Daddy. By clicking on the Digital Certificate you should be able to obtain information regarding that company’s certificate.

What do you need?
You need an up to date browser in order to be able to take advantage of this security. How do you know if your browser will handle this type of encryption?

Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer click on Help and select About Internet Explorer.
The window that pops up should say "Cipher strength: 128-bit".
If it doesn’t, clicking on "Update Information" will take you to this page with instructions for upgrading IE.
If you’re running Windows 2000 the upgrade is a little different, by going to microsoft.com/ie you will be able to find upgrade instructions.

The upgrade is pretty fast and easy (you do have to restart your computer).

You’ll see similar symptoms if SSL 2 or 3 isn’t enabled (not likely as enable is the default). In IE:

  1. Click on "Tools"
  2. Select menu item "Internet Options"
  3. Click on the "Advanced" tab
  4. Scroll down to the "Security" section
  5. Make sure SSL 2.0 and 2.3 are checked

Any other browser can be updated by visiting their respective websites.

 Posted by at 2:01 pm