Secure payment services

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At Mac's Opals, we make sure our customers transaction details are totally protected. This is why we ensure our website only uses the most secured payment services such as Stripe, Paypal or Google Pay. Wondering why these services are so safe? Here are some short explanations on the services our website uses to be bulletproof.


Stripe is an extremely safe platform for paying and receiving payments, already used by millions of companies all over the world, from startups to multinational companies.

We use it on our website as it is a PCI Service Provider Level 1, which is the highest level of certification available in the payments industry. That means any transaction information (i.e payment details) sent to Stripe is sent securely and safely.

Want to know more about Stripe? Find more info on their website.


To make it simple, PayPal’s platform seeks to mitigate risks for online payments normally processed by credit cards by having a secure gateway. This secure gateway can help to alleviate the risk of compromised information from both the sender and receiver of the payment.

The PayPal’s security systems include 3 main features : some of the highest level of information encryption; data stored on servers that are not directly connected to the internet; this gateway that allows payment without having to transmit all payment information to the merchant.

Google & Apple Pay


 Apple Pay and Google Pay are very secure ways to make payments. When making a payment with these services, your card numbers are not stored on your device and are never shared by Apple or Google. Instead Apple and Google Pay give you a unique Device Account Number that is encrypted. Your Device Account Number and a specially created  security code are used to process your payment.


SSL certificate

if you see that the website url has a padlock or contains "https" (like ours!), it is secured with an SSL certificate.  SSL is an algorithm that protects the  sensitive information like credit card details from being stolen by malicious users by making the data confidential.


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