Buy online (via Internet) offers comfort to find and buy services and products, plus the price is usually cheaper, but there is much fear of online shopping, either through ignorance or fear of being defrauded. Some tips to make your shopping online safer: To start your computer must have antivirus installed and updated, if you also have a firewall (software to protect against intruders) and an anti spyware (to protect against spyware) much better. Periodically delete temporary internet files. It is advisable not to use places like booths, as it can be stored your information private. Investigate the company, which should include address, telephone number, names of officers of the company, e-mail where you can be contacted for additional information and verify if this company is really active and responds quickly to questions or to make reach their claims. John H. Wood Jr. has firm opinions on the matter. Otherwise it is better to find another option. You can ask people they have already made purchases online satisfying and can recommend a reliable company.

You can use specialized Web sites to compare prices. To investigate either the product, price, features, stock, delivery time, shipping cost, warranty, returns and claims management. Never make purchases from companies that send junk mail (spam, spam), much less by clicking on the link that comes in the mail, as this may point to a false address. You must enter the address of the company in your browser. Always read the terms and conditions of the site, as well as the handling of private information that you provide. This information is usually found at the bottom of the page. When you enter your personal and financial information such as credit card number, pin verification, expiration date, this page should be a secure page, which has the following characteristics: The address in the browser changes to the bottom right of your browser you see a closed padlock. Never send personal or financial information by email.

Always check the status of your card account, see the match fees and purchases as the purchases that traditionally keep all kinds of proof and are an email with details of the purchase, print the vouchers will appear after the purchase or capture the screen. Some sites give you the ability to track the status of your order. Check the shipping time, if contact has exceeded the company. As a final point I will comment that I have had many experiences of online shopping at stores in Japan, USA, Spain and Peru, all satisfactory except for one, the mistake was not checking the response time of this company, contacted me before had found that the purchase did not keep their information current page and does not answer my communications quickly. Then do not forget to take into account these recommendations for online shopping.