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    Why isn't the affiliate sign-up page not secure? I wanted to join today but decided not to because of this. I will not put my ss# in a page that is not secure. Please let this forum know when it is secure and I will join.

    Tami

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    ShareASale President/CEO and ABW Veteran Brian - ShareASale's Avatar
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    Tami,

    There is a link at the top of the page to access it through a secure SSL connection.
    Thanks,

    Brian Littleton
    President/CEO - ShareASale.com, Inc.

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    Brian,

    Do you mean the Merchant form? I am not a merchant, I am an affiliate. Or, am I missing the link you speak of? Is it ok to use the merchant form?

    Thanks,
    Tami

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    ShareASale President/CEO and ABW Veteran Brian - ShareASale's Avatar
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    Tami,

    Try this...

    https://shareasale.com/signup.cfm

    Should take you to the Affiliate Signup page, secure.
    Thanks,

    Brian Littleton
    President/CEO - ShareASale.com, Inc.

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    Hmmmm, the one with www is not secure but without is.
    Thanks Brian!
    Tami

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    Hi Tami,
    It's not the www, that doesn't make it secure. It's Http:// Secure pages have an S after Http:// Looks like this: Https://
    The secure page link was right at the top of the form.

    If you need any further assistance, Dropm me an email!

    Cheers,
    Richard Lupu
    arthurlu@shaw.ca
    www.masterwatchmaker.net
    ARA Master Watchmaker & Sons
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    Hi Brian,

    Just out of curiosity, why doesn't the default signup page use the secure https: address?

    A while back, I changed our direct signup page (the Shareasale link from our site) from the "http:" address to the "https:" address to make potential affiliates feel more secure (I had not even noticed that there was a secure link at the top of the page).

    Thanks!
    Bart at <A HREF=http://www.modernartisans.com>Modern Artisans</A>... Artful Living for Home, Garden & Soul.
    <A HREF=https://shareasale.com/shareasale.cfm?merchantID=4349>Shareasale Affiliate Program</A>

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    Thanks Richard I did not notice the"s".
    Finally found the secure link at not the top of page, but above the sign-up form.

    I agree with Modern Artisans, In a business that relies on trust, why would the affiliate sign-up default to a non-secure form?

    Tami

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    No problem! Anytime!
    ARA Master Watchmaker & Sons
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