If a store is unknown and you are going to shop for the first time, be careful. Fraudulent online stores can be easily recognized. They usually don't pay due attention to the website design and use free platforms, therefore the store's appearance will be modest and similar to many other websites you may have already encountered.
Use only secure connections
Unsafe connection especially on untrusted Wi-Fi networks can leave you vulnerable to attacks, including data interception. Fraudsters can easily intercept your personal and financial data during its transfer between your smartphone and the store's website.
Hackers don't try password combinations by hand sitting at a computer. They use special programs, such as John the Ripper instead. Such programs automatically try many possible passwords. Therefore, you should not use passwords consisting of well-known words or numbers, as they can easily be guessed. It is better to use long passwords consisting of meaningless strings of letters, numbers and symbols to increase the time it takes to guess the password.
It is important to remember that the purchase is officially completed only when you receive the goods in your hands. Within 14 days from the date of purchase, you have the right to return the goods provided that the item or product remains intact and the packaging is kept in such a condition that the entrepreneur can resell the product.
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