So are all the hackers and credit card stealers out there, so beware and be safe Cyber Monday.
Cyber Monday is the answer to Black Friday, minus the mega lines and early morning wake up call. It has become the day of all days, and sales on Cyber Monday now account for over $2.29 billion in just one day!
Joe Siegrist, CEO of a great company called Last Pass, provided me with four simple tips to keep you safe when you are online shopping.
“With the recent data breaches at Target and Home Depot, it is easy to think that shopping online is a much safer option, when actually it is just as easy to steal credit information,” says Siegrist.
If you’ve ever had your credit card hacked online, then you know that you never want that to happen again. While most credit card companies are great to deal with, it takes time and a lot of headache to remedy the situation.
Before you take to the great wide web on Monday to score a once-in-a-lifetime deal, check out these four simple tips to keep you safe online.
Last Pass– dummy proofs your online shopping by storing your credit card information in a highly secured way. How does this help you? It allows you to move faster and safer while shopping online.
Dashlane– this digital wallet stores everything from passwords, to credit card information to receipts in one central location. Dashlane takes the thinking out of online shopping and suggests highly secure passwords for you to choose when registering for new sites.
I know, you can’t resist how easy Cyber Monday is to shop. It’s your money and it’s your choice, but promise you will please be safe.
If you do score a great deal on Cyber Monday, or use any of these tips, please share!