Thugs took out ‘bankruptcy’ of people shopping online on Diwali
do these 10 things immediately to avoid fraud
If you are also shopping online on Diwali, then this news is for you. Cyber fraud cases are increasing during the festive season. The first target of cybercriminals are unknown people. Keep these 10 things in mind to avoid…
- Cyber fraud cases are increasing during the festive season.
- The first target of cyber criminals are unknown people.
- If you are also shopping online then keep these 10 things in mind.
New Delhi. The Diwali season has started and the e-commerce website is offering great offers on smartphones and other products. Amazon, Flipkart, ShopClues and other e-commerce sites offer some great deals, but customers often end up clicking the wrong links and falling prey to scams. Many websites have given amazing offers on smartphones, TVs, computers, clothes, furniture, home devices and everything else.
- Unknown people are becoming victims
Bank account holders making online purchases should be extremely careful about where they login and how they make payments, otherwise fraudsters will steal their money. Cyber thugs are targeted by unknown people, who do not understand online scams and lose their money. Today we will tell you how to avoid cheating while shopping online.
- 10 tips to stay safe while shopping online
- Always shop on the Internet when the URL starts with https://.
- Click your cursor on the lock icon in the URL to see the security level.
- Always shop on Amazon, Flipkart, ShopClues, Pepperfry, and other famous websites.
- Keep in mind that whenever you shop online, anti-virus and firewall software should be on.
- Whenever you ask for any information online, ignore it.
- Never install apps advised by strangers.
- Never trust the link given to you by an unknown person.
- Keep changing the password of your account regularly.
- Do not share your personal financial information on WhatsApp or Facebook, even with family members.
- If you get an offer for a free lunch or a shopping trip, then be alert. Because there is no such thing as a free lunch when shopping online.