Computers have certainly changed many things in our lives and not only in the way that we work. Computers and the internet have dramatically changed our daily lives as well – especially when you throw wireless connectivity devices into the mix. We chat; brag about ourselves on social networks; search for and find all sorts of information (including where to buy products that interest us) and generally see such connectivity as perfectly normal. We are even prepared to use on line money transfer/payment methods to purchase goods or services from on line shops about which we know next to nothing – other than what they claim about themselves on their websites.
Can You Trust On Line Shopping?
One thing that always seems to work is the collection of your payment. Shop on line for anything (maybe you want to Buy Cigars?); complete the payment formalities; log out and, then, log in to your on line banking; chances are that your payment has already been processed and your money has moved on to someone else; but, when will you get to see your purchase and actually smoke the cigar your bought on line? We hear so much about internet fraud that it could be understandable for you to have doubts about using the internet to Buy Cigars.
Personally, I believe that if I Buy Cigars on line; the transaction is just as safe as when I book and pay for airline tickets over the net. Furthermore, just as I get better deals on those tickets than I would from a shop on main street; I can Buy Cigars on line at prices that are considerably lower than those in the old fashioned shops (and that is even after factoring in the delivery charges). On line; I also get a far wider section of cigar brands and styles to choose from than I would find in a physically present store. About the only thing that I cannot get on line is the offer to smoke a cigar as a free trial before I choose which cigar to buy.
We should remember that, in this age of digital connectivity, any on line store that is not delivering on its promises will soon draw the attention of what are now called “netzions”. A flood of postings from dissatisfied customers will soon put any dishonest store out of business.