Raise Security Center

You’re protected with us.

The Raise Fraud Prevention and Member Support Teams are committed to building a trusted marketplace for our members. We’ve created proprietary security suites that guarantee the safeguarding of all transactions. We use state-of-the-art encryption software to protect your personal information and maintain full PCI compliance. Continue reading to learn about our safety features and fraud prevention tools.

You're protected with us

Security Features

We employ unrivaled technology to surpass conventional security standards. Our internal support team combined with first-class verification systems ensure a safe, enjoyable experience for you on the Raise marketplace. We want our members to feel confident when using our services.


We encrypt the transfer of sensitive data and never store credit card information on our database.

Risk Department

As a BBB-Accredited Business, we actively combat gift card fraud to maintain the highest level of security.

Online Security Tips

Through our experience in e-commerce, we’ve come to realize the importance of online security. While we guarantee to encrypt and protect your personal information on Raise, we’d also like to advise you on a few points regarding your general Internet activity. You can practice these safety measures on Raise and with all of your virtual accounts. Raise is not responsible for lost or stolen passwords.

Creating a Password

  • Efficient passwords are easy to remember but difficult to guess
  • Passwords should contain at least eight numbers, special characters, and letters in both upper and lower cases
  • Passwords should not contain common personal information such as your name or birthday
  • Never share your password with anyone, and store password hints in a safe place
  • It is recommended to change your Internet passwords once every three months
  • After using a public Internet device, erase your browser history, clear cookies, and log out of all online accounts

Avoiding Internet Scams

  • Keep your account information and passwords stored in a safe place at all times
  • Verify the URL displays “https://” when entering sensitive data
  • Keep your antivirus and antispam software up-to-date
  • Look for signs of a phishing email: poor spelling/grammar, urgent calls to action, or threats to suspend your account