HOW TO BE SAFE WHEN TRANSACTING BUSINESS ONLINE.





When it do comes to money, or any thing associated to money online, it does sound bad to some people who have been scammed by internet fraudsters who do claim to be online money transfer agents, by opening web sites for money transfer, so when using their sites for online payments they do steal your bank details and do uses it against the owner of the bank details, some times they do use ads on browsers to monitor your browsing sessions to get the secret banking details of their victims.


But no need to panic because they are still ways you can send and receive money internationally without you disclosing your banking details or at any risk of scams or frauds.

SOME THINGS THAT MAKES A SITE NOT SECURED.

1. ADS (Advertisements).



Any genuine online money transfer sites don't have a lot of ads, because hackers do use that as a loop hole to attack any customer that want.

2. NOT ENCRYPTED.





By the name it may look familiar or other wise to some people, by the word encryption here means secured or security, so any platform for money transfer you do probably go for or choose
make sure it offers a strong encryption.

You may say how can I know if the site is encrypted or not, here is what you need to do, look at the website address bar and make sure you do see a padlock sign and the site must start with a HTTPS on the address bar, on top of your browser, because once the site is encrypted you are always that you information is always safe, above all make sure that you are transmitting any valuable information over an encrypted channel, for security reasons.

3. WHY YOU MUST BE STRICT WHEN TRANSACTING ONLINE.





Unfortunately, fraudsters are often untraceable once they complete any online scam.

So in any of your transactions online that mostly involves money, make sure you look up to to these guide lines so to help you or prevent from been scammed online.

But some recent laws has provided some safe guards lines for those sending money online internationally.

Now in many countries, the federal law now requires many banks, credit unions and money transfer services to disclose money transacting, information both before and after a transfer is done.



5. YOUR BANK CUSTOMER CARE.





Your local bank customer care service can do you more lots of good, if you are scared you are transacting a business on a scam site, you may say how will my bank know or how can they be of good help, now here is the reason.

1. Your bank would have more experienced experts on online business transactions, and they also can guide you properly on precautions you should take when transacting online depending on your country.

6. WHAT TO DO?



just copy the website address of the site you are about to transact the business with, go to your local bank customer service office and explain every details to them, they would definitely help you by encouraging you yo proceed with the transaction or withdraw. Because some scam site do use a bank customer vulnerability to attack the bank so they will know, which is save for both you and their bank.

SEARCH AND ASK.





When you are not sure about if a site is safe to do business, try to do some findings or search online using any search engine you do prefer, asks people you do think know more than you in that aspect that can do you more help, because when scammed would not get your details or money back so
be wise enough to avoid such a risk.


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