Security advice for your online purchase
It is increasingly common for us to shop online, but be careful! You must take into account a number of factors to protect your bank details when making payments.
It is very important that you avoid connecting to an open Wi-Fi network when making a purchase. You should also be suspicious of the 'bargains' you find online. So, when making a purchase, it is recommended that you always choose trusted stores.
To identify if the stores are secure, always make sure that the address of the website starts with 'https' and has a padlock in the address bar. And also whether the page on which you are shopping is registered on the Secure Electronic Commerce (CES) service, as you will be adding extra security to your online payments.
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