No longer are we in the era of credit card theft. Yep I said it! Very few scammers actually want your credit card number any more. Why? You may ask, well because the credit card companies were realizing that they were losing billions of dollars, to these heartless con artists. You see credit card companies have a lot of money and every ones knows money can not bye happiness but it sure can bye unhappiness; for these con artists mind you. You see credit card companies over the years have spent millions if not billions of dollars targeting credit card thieves. As soon as the credit card companies see a little irregularity in your spending habits, you better believe they freeze your account momentarily, and call you; even if you are on the other side of the earth. The most these credit card thieves can do is make a quick couple of purchases, which won't really affect you to much, and even those, are usually taken care of by the credit card companies.
Unfortunately this article does not have a happy ending. Every one knows that the lure of money is very strong, and if there is a will there is a way. The credit card scammers have hung up there hats, and put on a new disguise, that maybe more damaging then the first. You see now these scammers what to target your BANK ACCOUNT directly. WOW! The benefits of your bank account far out way any amount of credit card numbers for these pirates. This is because if you wire it to them, via internet, through companies like pay pal, they are virtually untraceable, and furthermore they may take all your money that is in that bank account at that moment. Companies like Pay Pal have a policy to keep all their customer records private, which is bad news if it is a scam.
But please do not think that buying on the internet is unsafe, I am here to tell you how to spot these pirates, and allow you continue to spend online, efficiently and safely. You see I am sure if this continues pay pal being the upstanding company that they are, will probably change their rules. They need to look out for your well being, because, if they don't, you won't use their service any more. Also prevention is better then cure, so here are some ways to recognize if the website is a scam. There are three types of websites to be weary of.
1. BEWARE OF WEBSITES THAT LIMITS YOUR PAYMENT OPTIONS TO DIRECT BANK ACCOUNT WITHDRAWAL. 2. BEWARE OF WEBSITE THT LIMITS YOUR PAYMENT OPTIONS TO WIRE TRANSFER. 3. BEWARE OF WEBSITES THAT LIMITS YOUR PAYMENT OPTIONS TO PAYPAY.
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