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Our team consists of experienced and passionate products & services sourcing professionals and shopping enthusiasts, who believe that there should be no limits for any online shoppers and that people to people can make the world a better place by helping each other. We realized that there were a lot of regular people, who could potentially help with our delivery right away just because they lived in the right country. The only thing left was to find a way to reach those people.
We found themselves in need of an across-the-world delivery of collectibles. Unfortunately, the shop offered domestic shipping only and there was no company that could offer just what we needed a convenient and safe way to get your buys delivered by trusted forwarders from overseas stores straight to your doorstep
It occurred to us that anything could be delivered anywhere if only there were a website connecting shoppers with people capable of delivering their purchases. The idea of helping people get what they want and giving other people the chance to earn some money inspired and encouraged us.
We make the shopping for you a truly border-free, convenient, better price, fun, and hand-free shopping experience.
Here are the 15 Tips for Us to shop for your safe online shopping.
1. Shop where you can trust?, (in real life) offers this advantage that you’ll usually know the business and the inventory exists.
2. when you want to buy something from a new merchant. Does the company interact with a social media following? What do its customer reviews say? Does it have a history of scam reports or complaints at the Better Business Bureau? Take it one step further by contacting the business.
3. If a website offers something that looks too good to be true—like rock-bottom prices or an endless supply of free smartphones—then it probably is. Perpetually low prices could be a red flag that the business doesn’t have those items in stock. The website may exist only to get your personal information.
4. It’s never a good idea to shop online or log in to any website while you’re connected to public Wi-Fi.
5. If you must shop online on public Wi-Fi, use a VPN (a virtual private network), A VPN means you’ll likely have a safe way to shop online while you’re on public Wi-Fi.
6. Help keep your account safe by locking it with a strong password. Use a complex set of lowercase and uppercase numbers, letters, and symbols. Avoid words that come from a dictionary, Don’t use personal information that others can find or guess, such as birthdates, your kids’ names or your favorite color, And don’t use the same password—however strong—on multiple accounts.
7. You’ve probably seen that small lock icon in the corner of your URL field. That lock signals you that the web page you’re on has privacy protection installed. It’s called a “secure sockets layer.” Plus, the URL will start with “https,” for “hypertext transfer protocol secure.”
8. Clicking on emails from unknown senders and unrecognizable sellers could infect your computer with viruses and malware. It’s better to play it safe. Delete them, don’t click on any links, and don’t open any attachments from individuals or businesses you are unfamiliar with.
9. Here’s a rule of thumb: No shopping website will ever need your Social Security number, Identity card number, Nothing, If you’re asked for very personal details, call the customer service line and ask whether you can supply some other identifying information. Or just walk away.
10. When using a credit card, you’ll usually get the best liability protection—online and offline, Most major credit cards offer $0 liability for fraudulent purchases. But if someone uses your account and you don't report the theft, after 60 days you may not be reimbursed at all.
11. Some banks offer nifty tools that act like an online version of your card: a virtual credit card. The issuer will randomly generate a number that’s linked to your account, and you can use it anywhere online and choose when the number expires.
12. Check your statements for fraudulent charges at least once a week, or set up account alerts. When you receive a text or email about a charge, you can check the message and likely easily recall whether you made the charge.
13. After you make the purchase, keep these items in a safe place: the receipt, order confirmation number, and postal tracking number. If you have a problem with the order, this information will help the merchant resolve the problem.
14, If they’re just plain unhelpful, then your credit card provider can help you sort out the problem.
15. If you suspect the business is bogus, notify your credit card company about the charge and close your account. File a complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, Consumer affairs department, Tip: The FTC offers an identity theft recovery plan, should you need it.