Tuesday, October 22, 2013

WomenOnGuard.com Added Quick Escape To All It's Pages

We are proud to announce that we have implemented a "Quick Escape" button on each page of our website. This allows anyone browsing our site to quickly escape from any page and be directed to the Google search engine.

Domestic violence victims can securely browse the WomenOnGuard.com website which includes quick escapes.
The main reason for this addition, is to help women and men that are victims of domestic violence abuse. Giving these victims the opportunity to look through our website for self defense products while allowing them to quickly escape, if their abuser starts looking over their shoulder. It is a great safety feature! Many women and men suffer from domestic violence in our country. Clicking on any of the "Quick Escape" tabs that are throughout our WomenOnGuard.com website, will redirect the person viewing the site to the "Google" search engine. This prevents the abuser from knowing that their victim has been searching for self defense products, such as pepper spray, stun guns, batons, etc.

Of course domestic violence victims will be able to browse throughout all our self defense products. Including our product detail pages and static information pages, such as: Hotlines, How Products Work, FAQ's, Shipping Policy… and still be able to leave the website with one click!

In addition to utilizing the "Quick Escape" tabs, on our WomenOnGuard.com site, customers have the option during the checkout process, to request that we use "WOG" as the return address on their package. This, instead of us placing our website's name on the package's return address. Therefore, anyone that may see the package label, will not know where the package is from. This information should be added to the "Special Instructions" section, during checkout.

As always, at WomenOnGuard.com, we take your personal safety very seriously. If you have any other suggestions on how we can improve our site, to better serve women, please let us know by contacting us!

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