Some online retailers offer the option of storing your credit card information after you have made a transaction. While this provides more convenience for future transactions, you may be putting your credit card information at risk. Major companies have suffered data breaches and had their customers’ credit card information stolen. You should not store your credit card information online, in the same way you should not provide your credit card details over email or a phone call.
Online shopping is a part of e-commerce. Online shops allow customers to search the required product directly without an intermediate. It is a usual practice of the young community to purchase products on line. The e-commerce has immense potential. The e-commerce brings convenience and better price to the customers. It encourages faster financial development. In […]
Credit cards often offer more fraud prevention and protection than debit cards. If you use a debit card and purchases are made without your permission, the money is withdrawn directly from your account. Debit cards should be treated like cash. On the other hand, if you use a credit card, you have more time to […]
Before you type your card details into a website, ensure 1) the website is trustworthy and 2) that the site is secure. If you were lured to website by a great offer—maybe one that seems too good to be true—that site might be selling illegal or pirated items. If you’re not familiar with the website, […]