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Simple Tips to Safe Transactions Online (Part 4)

by: Tesa Mari S. Sabao | 28 Feb, 2011 13:36:44

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12. Maintain contact with the person you are transacting with. This is important especially if you’ve purchased a warranted stuff. Remember, technology is so advanced that it’s easy to copy stuffs and gadgets. Hence, maintain contact with online stores you’ve transact with, so you can easily report in case something goes wrong with the stuff you bought. It would also help if you have good relationship with people you transact with. Prefer buying stuffs online with people you personally know. Stick to few reliable people in online transactions. Develop a good communication with them so you’ll have worry-free online transactions. However, never put your guards off. Some people does evil even to people that they personally know.

13. Conform only to transaction that suits you. If your instinct says it’s wrong, then don’t do it. I don’t believe in mental telepathy. I believe in the capacity of humans’ subconscious mind. You wouldn’t like to regret in the end just because you didn’t listen to yourself. Choose what suits your comfort. It’ll clear your mind from extra worries.

14. Have in mind, “Offers that are too good to be true are often aren’t true”. Have you heard of an offer that seems to give all the benefits on your side only and nothing left to the other party? Only ****s would get caught on this kind of lies. Every transaction is meant to benefit all parties involved. Who would take an effort in transacting online without an exchange? There’s absolutely none. So if someone tells you’ve won one million dollars, drop him or her. He or she will surely ask for your credit card security number, leaving your wallet empty- now that’s the true one- sided transaction.

15. Don’t give important financial details. Even if the bank representative emails to ask for your account information, don’t give it. If fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, husbands, wives, daughters, or sons can take money from your pocket without a notice, the bank representative surely can. Go to the bank instead and deal with the problem personally. In addition, don’t give passwords of your online and offline financial accounts or even your email passwords to anyone, even to your closest friend. They might be reliable, but telling them might start a leak of information. Next>>>

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