1. Always save copies of your orders and receipts from online purchases. Many stores will redirect you to definitely a page after you've submitted a purchase detailing anything that was bought, customer information, the prices, etc. You should either print a copy of this or save a duplicate to your computer in case any issues arise before the end of the return period. Be sure to save any emails about your items' status or correspondence with the company regarding your orders, too.
3. If a website is not secure, do not buy something. Simply look up at the website address when you are shopping. If you notice an "https" as opposed to an "http," you can feel confident enough to insert your credit card information. However, if there is no "s" in the address, proceed to a different site to be in the safe side.
4. Do more research in the online store you are considering before ordering a product from their store. If a store does not provide quality service or products, you will probably find some negative reviews published on other sites. It is best to stay with online stores with an excellent reputation.
5. Call the online company before making a purchase. For those who have some kind of problem with your purchase, you want to be able to know that one could reach customer service easily. That's why it's a good idea to call before you provide them with your charge card information. Should you can't get anyone on the telephone, steer clear.