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At Checks Unlimited, we pride ourselves on delivering a trustworthy customer experience. You can feel protected knowing that Checks Unlimited takes steps to ensure the privacy and security of customer transactions. Our safe online ordering process utilizes Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology and GlobalSign. Checks Unlimited became certified only after a thorough background check by GlobalSign. This security technology makes it safe to enter and transmit your credit card and bank information over the Internet by providing the following protections:

  • Server authentication — keeps out imposters
  • Privacy using encryption — keeps out eavesdroppers
  • Data integrity — keeps out vandals

You can verify that you are accessing a secure server, both on Checks Unlimited's site and others, in a couple of ways. If you see an unbroken key or a closed lock in the lower left corner of your browser when you access the server, SSL is active. You can also check the URL line of your browser; when accessing a secure server, the first characters of the site address will change from "http" to "https" when it is secure.

If you prefer to order via Phone or Mail, call 1-800-210-0468 or print your completed order form and mail it to:
Checks Unlimited
P.O. Box 19000
Colorado Springs, CO 80935-9000

Checks Unlimited also guarantees that your bank account information will remain confidential and be used only to produce your financial documents. Additionally, we utilize the most advanced security features in the industry for your checks.

  • MicroPrint Signature Line — appears as a dotted line when photocopied.
  • Chemical Protection — stains or spots appear with chemical alteration.
  • Erasure Protection — appears when document is erased.
  • Security Screen — located on back of check.

Additional Tips for Staying Safe Online

  • Create strong, alpha-numeric-symbol based passwords that are at least 13 characters or utilize password protection software, such as 1Password, to protect your information.
  • Avoid public Wi-Fi whenever possible. Connecting to “free” public Wi-Fi means you are connecting to an unencrypted network, leaving your computer open for others to gain access.
  • Pay close attention to emails you receive. To reduce your risk of becoming a victim of an online scam never open an email from an unknown source or person. Do not click on the links within an email. Always type the address in your browser’s address bar manually.

For even MORE tips on how to protect yourself, visit our Security Center.