TNL Continues To Educate People On Website Security

July 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - California based The Net Lender (TNL) recently discussed the importance of online security, particularly how they protect their customers’ information against hackers and the various types of malware that stalk the internet. They are one of the most reliable financial aid providers in California, a title which they proudly carry. They state that their success has only been possible through the enforcement of heavy security measures to protect their customers’ privacy and important data.

The company asserts, "Our foremost priority as a company is to guarantee the safety of our customers’ data. They trust us with their important information and, despite the different threats and menaces that lurk on the internet, we must ensure their safety and well-being as we seek to provide a solution to their problems—not another source of worry. In an era where defeating these threats feels like defeating the odds, we manage to guarantee the safety of our customers."

Even though cash advance websites are among those most commonly targeted by hackers and predatory malware, The Net Lender is considered one of the most secure online financial aid providers, according to Forbes. They describe TNL as one of the leading companies in the fight against cybercrime, working alongside their peers and partners to improve the security of other companies and elevate their safety together.

Forbes notes that, over the years, online security has been one of the main factors that draws people away from online purchases. "Many consumers who would avoid making online purchases are fearful that their bank information would be stolen, misused, or even hacked," they state. "Solutions to such security issues came with intermediary forces offering secure payment systems, such as PayPal, among many others."

However, despite advancements in the technology of these safe payment platforms, hackers and predatory malware have not been left behind, and have also progressed to the stage where they are now more difficult to detect. For this reason, neither the fear of identity theft nor the insecurity of those who still refuse to enter their credit card number into a fill-in box have been dispelled, despite the remedial attempts made by various companies and websites.

To properly gain the customers’ trust, TNL says that companies must adopt a transparent policy and demonstrate the importance of their security procedures, fighting the distrust that members of the public have against online companies. They state, "We must demonstrate and explain the reasoning behind some of our different safety methods. Many companies make the mistake of demanding their clients use a certain browser or payment method, and so overwhelm their customers who do not understand why it is necessary to do this from a safety point of view. Only by explaining our methods, and the importance of it, will we be able to gain a client’s trust."

However, this is not an easy task, given that hackers continue to develop new techniques and malware that rival current security advancements. "We can only do our best," notes TNL. "Even some of the most secure multi-million dollar companies have had security breaches which compromise the data of their customers. We must not let this discourage us from developing new security advancements, as hackers will certainly continue their treacherous affairs."

TNL has helped thousands of individuals receive the aid they need in times of emergency, and has not had a single instance of security breach throughout their operational history. The company takes a great deal of pride in this impressive fact, especially since it has helped them earn the trust of Californians across the state. Through their reliable cash advances, The Net Lender has managed to help their clients get through some of the most difficult times in the past decade, as the cost of living in the state increases steadily and more people find themselves struggling to make it to their next paycheck.

For more information regarding The Net Lender, interested parties may visit the company's website, where a thorough description of their payment rates and programs can be found. Furthermore, they invite their clients to read a recent article in which the company discusses refinance options and their benefits. The link can be found here:


For more information about The Net Lender, contact the company here:

The Net Lender
(888) 663-7074
The Net Lender California

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