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4 Less Communications, Inc. Launches Discount SSL Certificate Website; Certs4Less.com

Newly launched company offers security products for websites and software development

CHATSWORTH, Calif., June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Web Services provider 4 Less Communications, Inc. has launched its new Certs4Less.com (http://www.certs4less.com) website to offer SSL Certificates and Code Signing Certificates to businesses and organizations at discounted rates that are more than 50% less than suggested retail prices.

Online Security is Vital to Consumer Confidence

The necessity for web site operators to provide visitors with a secure means of transmitting information has never been greater. Very real threats of identity theft, "phishing sites," and other online fraud are often in the media. Website security is paramount in the minds of consumers. Although secure technology products are available, the cost of obtaining and renewing them has been prohibitively high for many businesses and organizations.

Gold Partner Experience From Day One

4 Less Communications, Inc. has provided VeriSign, RapidSSL, Thawte and GeoTrust certificates through its Hosting 4 Less website for several years. The new Certs4Less.com expands its product offerings and is dedicated exclusively to sales and renewal of SSL and Code Signing Certificates. Consequently, Certs 4 Less is already a top-tier, 'Gold Partner' with the top 4 brands in the industry. Certs 4 Less' buying power allows them to purchase certificates in bulk, and pass the savings on to its clients.

Certs 4 Less to Offer Code Signing Certificates and Trust Seals

Code Signing Certificates are utilized by software developers to assure the buyer that the programs are created and maintained by legitimate, established companies. A VeriSign Trust Seal demonstrates that the operator of a website has been independently verified by a reputable, third-party source. These tools are proven to boost consumer confidence, which translates into higher sales volumes.

Eric Holtzman, President of 4 Less Communications, Inc. had this to say about the launch of Certs4Less.com: "The launch of this new site expands on our mission to provide website owners and developers with the state-of-the-art technology necessary to protect consumers at the most competitive prices in the industry. Certs 4 Less provides the full product offerings from all the major vendors to give our customers the ability to choose the best product for their needs."

About 4 Less Communications, Inc.

In business since 1998, 4 Less Communications, Inc. offers Website and Ecommerce Hosting, Online Back-up, SSL Certificates, Code Signing, and Dial-up Internet Access through their related companies. 4 Less Communications, Inc. was founded on the concept of offering the best Internet technologies with less stress, less confusion and for less money. 4 Less Communications, Inc. maintains its own data center and is proudly operated entirely in the United States.

Contact Information: Bill Perry Cert 4 Less www.cert4less.com 888-818-0444

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