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post #31 of 34
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Originally Posted by whoopee
...because of the low traffic I doubt there are ID theft issues with Jantzen's site. If someone knows what he's doing, even "secure" sites can be infiltrated rather routinely...

As an IT professional, allow me to point out that "low traffic" has nothing to do with whether your personal information is secure. At issue is the fact that without SSL, all your personal information is sent across the Internet "in the open." The number of opportunities for such information to be captured is astronomical - regardless of the size of the intended target. Secure sites using SSL are much safer to use. How information is secured once it reaches it's destination is another story.

A good suggestion is to have a credit card with a lower limit, say < $1000, that you can use just for doing such transactions. When ordering from Jantzen, I print the order form and fax it.
post #32 of 34
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Originally Posted by royal618
What is the best way to provide measurements? Should I see my tailor and get him to do it, or should I send over a shirt that I have that fits well perhaps?

I did a combination of both for my first order. I included my measurements and the measurements of a well-fitting shirt, with very specific instructions on what I wanted done. The results were great and needed only minor tweaking.
post #33 of 34
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Originally Posted by Atomboy

A good suggestion is to have a credit card with a lower limit, say < $1000, that you can use just for doing such transactions. When ordering from Jantzen, I print the order form and fax it.

Or use a debit card.

Or provide an incorrect CC number when ordering online, as no verification is being done in real time. They'll call you up no doubt to get the right details over the phone.
post #34 of 34
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
I did a combination of both for my first order. I included my measurements and the measurements of a well-fitting shirt, with very specific instructions on what I wanted done. The results were great and needed only minor tweaking.

This shall be an interesting experiment as I have a several shirts from different tailors which fit nicely. Will be interesting to see the differences in millimetres.
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