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UK Sleeping Tablets

Prescription free sleeping tablets

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"Our pharmaceutical suppliers are licensed and genuine therefore we can ensure you only receive high quality products coupled with our money back guarantee."

Why choose us:
1. Quality Products
2. Guest & Member ordering
3. Discreet Billing
4. Discreet Packaging
5. Best online Prices
6. Money Back Guarantee
7. Reputable UK, European & Worldwide suppliers

"I was very happy with your new payment system no doubts were create at all. I was very happy the order was a lot faster I would defiantly use your payment method again. Yes I would recommend your service to others. Your system is much better now and improved a lot and so has the delivery."

- Miss D Thompson, UK
Safe & Secure
Your privacy, security and full peace of mind not only in the quality of our sleeping aids but that your shopping experience with us is 100% safe and secure are factors of the utmost importance to us.

We give the following assurances:

1. We assure you that your credit card will NOT be billed which relates directly to our products/website.

2. All orders are delivered in plain discreet packaging.

3. We handle your credit cards details over a secured connection.

What is SSL Protection and how does it work?

Once you enter our secure area of SSL-protected shopping cart pages, the following takes place:

  • Your browser requests a secure session from the server on which the website is stored.
  • The server responds by sending your browser a digital copy of its server certificate.
  • Your browser verifies that the server’s certificate is valid, is being used by the website for which it was issued, and has been issued by a Certificate Authority that the browser trusts.
  • If the certificate is validated, the browser generates a one-time “session” key and encrypts it with the server’s public key.
  • Your browser sends the encrypted session key to the server so that both server and browser have a copy.
  • The server decrypts the session key using its private key.
  • The SSL “handshake” process is complete, and a secure connection has been established.
  • A padlock icon and “https://” prefix will then appear in your browser bar, indicating that a secure session is under way (in the unlikely event that you see our websites showing an unsecured http:// prefix when you are in the checkout pages of the site, that require your credit card details please refrain from ordering and notify us immediately. Click here to contact us

  • Phishing and Pharming

    Phishing and pharming continue to pose real threats to unsuspecting Internet users. Phishing is a common scam that uses fake emails from legitimate companies to trick recipients into revealing their account numbers, passwords – even credit card and social security numbers.

    The scam starts when an account holder with a legitimate business receives an email that looks like an authentic notice from the company where they do business. The email recipient is instructed to click through to a website where they are asked to “verify” their personal information. Such emails often threaten a loss of account access if the recipient doesn’t take action.

    Once the recipients click through, they’re greeted by a knock-off website that only looks like the real thing. Unless the victim looks carefully or checks for the https:// prefix, they’re likely to submit the requested data, never knowing they’re handing their most private information to thieves.

    More sophisticated than phishing, pharming is the process by which an Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) domain name server (DNS) entries are hijacked. The idea is to redirect Internet traffic to a fake website instead of the real thing. When a “pharmer” succeeds in such DNS “poisoning,” every computer using that ISP for Internet access is directed to the wrong site when the user types in a URL (e.g., www.ebay.com)

    Finally all site files are automatically scanned daily for any malicious hacker attempts to breach the security of the site causing disruption to your service.