SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a cryptographic protocol designed to keep communication safe over the Internet. An SSL certificate is a digitally signed file issued for this website. Besides the website, the certificate also contains the issuer signature, serial number, expiration date, etc.
You will notice our URL begins with https instead of the standard http. This assures you that you are on a secure website.
An SSL certificate helps to protect sensitive information such as logins, passwords, account details etc during Internet communication. All information is encrypted before being submitted, and only the web server and the website visitor have personal keys to decrypt and recognise it. Encryption also prevents eavesdropping and tampering with information by hackers and identity thieves.
Decision Logic Security
DecisionLogic’s Instant Account Verification is a service developed for the lending industry, enabling accurate and timely loan decisions. Their data provider has been the worldwide leading and patented aggregation company for personal financial management and payment solutions for over 13 years. Zebra Loans uses this system during your loan application process to enable quick online loan approvals.
How is DecisionLogic Secure?
DecisionLogic takes security very seriously. They use 256-bit encryption. Their website is monitored and verified by Verisign. DecisionLogic is a “read-only” service and cannot be used to move funds in or out of any account.
How does DecisionLogic work?
During your online loan application you will be asked to enter your credentials, including your bank details. DecisionLogic securely transmits these details to secure aggregation servers allowing them to retrieve your bank account information in “read-only” mode.
Do you store my bank login information on the DecisionLogic servers?
No. Your login information is passed securely to the data provider which establishes the connection. DecisionLogic does not retain your login information and your login information is never displayed anywhere.
What should I do if I am concerned about the security of my login information?
If you are concerned about the security of your login information, please change your login details. DecisionLogic and their data provider cannot access your information after this unless you provide them with this new information.
For more details about DecisionLogic security visit https://www.decisionlogic.com/Security.aspx