Premium SSL Certificates Now Available!

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We are pleased to announce that we now offer a wide range of SSL certificates as part of our product portfolio. We have partnered with some of the leading Certification Authorities (CAs) in the world like RapidSSL, GeoTrust, and Comodo. Best of all, you will be able to purchase these recognized and trusted SSL certificates from us at much lower rates than buying direct. That’s right, the same certificates you would get from purchasing direct, but at lower prices.

Our range of SSL certs also includes competitively priced Extended Validation (EV) certificates, which come with the most universally trusted symbol on the internet – the green address bar. There simply is no better way to add trust to your website while protecting your customers’ information. We also offer Domain Validated (DV), Organization Validated (OV), and wildcard certificates.

So, there’s no need to purchase your SSL certificates from somewhere else anymore :). We’re sure to have the certificate for your need. Please view our new selection of certificates here:

For an easy comparison of our certificate offerings we have a table in our wiki comparing them at

We are running a special through the end of February 2018 for 20% off of all SSL purchases (first billing term only). Use coupon code FEB2018SSL at checkout.

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to us via a live chat, ticket, or email.
One of my client needs SSL with it's organization name in details when click on green lock in browser.
What to be choose among the link you have provided above?
That'd be the EV/OV Certificates depending on how much detail is needed.

See here:

If they just need the organization name then an OV should be fine -- but if they need that + more such as business ID, etc -- then an EV certificate would work for that.

These certificates day 3-5+ business days to issue because they require verification from the business itself -- this may require forms and agreements to be signed/filled out between the SSL Vendor and the client/customer requesting the certificate.

As such it's best that they have all of their business identification documents ready when they request such a certificate.
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