Why billmonitor is secure

At billmonitor, our most important asset is our relationship with you.

billmonitor is committed to maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and security of any personal information about our users. We are proud of our privacy practices and the strength of our site security and want you to know how we protect your information and use it to provide to you the service on billmonitor.com. Read more about our privacy policy.

Only you can make spending decisions

billmonitor will only analyse your bills - billmonitor will never make any changes to your mobile billing account, and it will not carry out any commercial transaction on your behalf.

Only you can make spending decisions.

Your billing data won't be sold to or shared with any other party

Your personal login and billing information stays securely with billmonitor - billmonitor will never sell your billing data to any other party or share it with anyone.

billmonitor is a Registered Data Controller (Z1431613), you can rest assured your personal data is managed securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

Bank-level data encryption for your mobile billing password

Your mobile billing password is stored securely using AES 256-bit Encryption with a 1024-bit key, which is the standard used for secure online bank account access.

We use a combination of firewall barriers, encryption techniques and authentication procedures, among others, to maintain the security of your data.

Secure online transactions

billmonitor uses industry-standard secure socket layer SSL encryption (SHA256 RSA with a 2048-bit key) to protect data transmissions between your browser and our servers, such as your personal information.

Look for the padlock! You will know you’re in the “secure” area of our site when you see the “http” portion of the web site address in your browser changes to “https.” The “s” stands for “secure.” In addition, many web browsers use special symbols to indicate that you’re in a web site’s secure area, commonly a closed padlock.

billmonitor is a board member of the government's Midata programme

The Department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) is working with leading businesses and consumer groups to give individuals more access to, and control over, the data that companies hold on them. The Midata project – part of the Consumer Empowerment Strategy - will allow people to view, access and use their personal and transaction data in a way that is portable and safe.

billmonitor is proud to be a board member of the Midata project.

You can delete your data at any time

Just send us an e-mail, and we will erase all information about you and your bills from our database.