Lorenz Reader Service Continue To TuV Tested

A year after the initial certification by the TuV Sud, the ‘S@fer-Shopping’ certificate was again awarded Starnberg, July 30, 2010 the Lorenz reader service in Starnberg, a leading provider of subscription journals, may its online store continue to the TuV-certified for safe subscribe to decorate. The logo is the proof of the ease of use of the online-ABO-shops and the security of the ordering process. The Lorenz reader service the only provider of magazine subscriptions keep the S@fer-Shopping in this country, whose online shop ‘certificate bear. In addition to the ease of online stores examined also the security of personally identifiable information. Therefore, the business processes in an audit on site were investigated. Subsequently, the Lorenz reader service received reviews to all relevant points which were on the agenda of the TuV experts. Maximilian Lorenz, Managing Director of Kurt Lorenz GmbH & co.

KG, emphasizes the importance of the S@fer-Shopping-Zertifikats: the safe handling of customer data is the most important Factor of our company policy. Outward for the customer to make visible our high internal standards with respect to privacy, is the S@fer-Shopping’ excellent certification. “Here is not only the visible online world for the customer ‘ checked, but also in the company even monitored the quality of the internal order processing and compliance with the privacy policy.” Thus, the Lorenz reader service has experience because the TUV Auditors examined the strict compliance with the data protection criteria after the initial certification 2009 already for the second time. In addition to the transparency for the customers, recommendations by independent experts use the Lorenz reader service. Transparency on the Internet is becoming increasingly important given of the large number of online stores, it becomes increasingly difficult to distinguish reputable provider of rogue traders for buyers on the Internet. In addition the issue of affiliate partners and providers, who do not work on their own account.