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Private Program #2 — added April 1st
PP2 is a very discreet due-diligence company who screens, verifies, and monitors traders who consistently achieve triple-digit, non-compounded annual returns (i. e. at least 100% per year). They recommend approved traders and their institutional-grade signal services to their clients, which can be auto-traded for hands-free passive income (just the way we like it).
Some of PP2's traders have over 25 years of trading experience and are considered to be the world's best of the best.
There are currently 12 individual automated trading services available, and one of them had a return of over 300% non-compounded in 2009.
$150,000 in Corporate Credit — added Mar 18th
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Holidays or not, online shopping is fast becoming the main shopping choice for many people. People prefer online stores for their shopping needs over the brick-and-mortar stores for a variety of reasons - discounted price, quick price comparisons, unavailability of desired items in the retail stores, 24 hours shopping convenience, etc. Whatever the reason is, before you jump into the online shopping bandwagon, you must consider a few things to avoid frustration and monetary loss.
Before you pull out your credit card to buy an item at an unbelievably reduced price, think about the reasons why the merchant is throwing out his profits. Maybe it is a total scam and they want your credit card number to rip you off. Stay with the big online shopping sites. Sites that are publicly traded or reputable private companies do not spam your email inbox with unsolicited advertisements. If you find a shopping site, advertised in a spam e-mail, that sells $100 software for $10, you can bet that it is a scammer's site.
Ask your friends about their experiences with online shopping sites to select sites that are worthy of your hard earned money. Another approach is to use a search engine like Google to search for items you plan to purchase. When you use Google to search for an item, you will get advertised and non-advertised sites offering your items at different prices. Check out a few sites before you decide to make a purchase.
Many sites like bizrate.com or nexttag.com offers price comparisons, reviews, and shopping site ratings. Use these sites to read reviews and to do a price comparisons. Sites like techbargains.com publishes information on latest bargains, coupons, and discounts offered by various online shopping sites. Monitoring this type of sites provides opportunities to get great bargains. One comparison shopping site, buysafeshopping, provides information on qualified shopping sites that have gone through a screening process for merchant's identity, online sales experience, and the ability to deliver purchased items.
I trust that what you've read so far has been informative. The following section should go a long way toward clearing up any uncertainty that may remain.
If you have to shop with an unknown online merchant, check for their telephone number at their Web site. Contact someone at the merchant's physical location and talk to them. Ask them about their privacy and refund policy. If you cannot find a phone number or the phone number goes to a voice mail, instead to a live person, go shopping somewhere else. There are dozens, if not hundreds, good online merchants for any items you want to buy.
At the online checkout counter, you have to use a credit card to pay. When you use your credit card, make sure that your credit card and personal information are sent using encryption to avoid someone intercepting your information for unauthorized use. To check for encryption, look for https in the URL. It is perfectly safe if the site has http in its URL for all pages except the order page - the page where you enter your credit card and other personal information like address, etc. Even if a site is encrypted, it can still be a scammer's site. Look out for tale-tell signs like numbers at the beginning of the URL. Avoid public computers at cafes, airports, etc. for your purchases. The danger is that hackers can install key-loggers to log your key presses before they are encrypted.
Always use a credit card to pay for your online purchases. Most credit cards have online purchase protection. If something goes wrong, you can always call your credit card company and dispute the charge. You do not have to pay for your disputed charges till the dispute is resolved. Federal laws limit your liability to $50 in charges should someone uses your card fraudulently. Never use a debit card. Debit cards pull money from your bank account as soon as the transaction is made. If you are ripped off, it may take months before you get your money back, if you ever see it again.
Despite all the cautionary warnings, online shopping is safer than shopping offline. You do not have to take a shower, dress up, drive and mingle with other shoppers and touch anything in the store for online shopping. How safe can it be? If you are careful, you can guard yourself against identity and credit card thefts by following safety tips discussed above. When you are using a credit card in an offline venue, there is a person, such as the sales person, who processes the transaction and this person can also see your private information. In online transactions, the middle man is eliminated. If you do your research, watch for signs of fraud and only use credit cards for your purchases, online shopping provides more benefits over offline shopping.
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There are advantages to internet shopping. You have a multitude of choices to hand that you can view to find the best bargains. Those with products to sell over the internet can keep prices down as they have less overhead costs as they do not require a store to keep their products or sales people on site selling them. There are also bargain and discount sites available online where you can find deals on items you are looking for.
If you are trying to find out information about a product, it is easy to search out this information and read all about it before you buy. You do not have to jump in your car and go to the store, so you save gas and you save time. You also do not have to shop during store hours and can shop any time of the day or night.
There are concerns that people have about internet shopping. The main one is not wanting to give out credit card and other personal information on the internet. The amount of information available on the internet can also be overwhelming. Some might like to stick to going to the store that they are familiar with and where they can see the product they are about to buy. Surveys show that lower income families are more liable to feel that way about the safety of their personal information.
There are things which you can do to give you an idea if the site you are purchasing from is legitimate or not. Do they supply you with contact information such as their phone number and email address? Keeping a record of all printed transactions is also a good idea when internet shopping. It is always good if you recognize the store you are purchasing from. Never give out your Social Security number to someone who asks for it online.
One other fact is that currently there are no taxes on items purchased on the internet if you are purchasing out of state. If you live in one state and are purchasing something in another state, you are not charged tax as the selling state does not have offices in your state. There are pro tax people fighting this so it may not go on this way forever.
There are ways for you to get your own shopping mall and earn rebates on your personal purchases. You can also earn rebates on purchases of others if you get them buying on the same mall
system that you are purchasing from. This is also a potential income source for you. Typically the stores used in your own mall would be either well known or at least reputable stores.
Then there is always Ebay. This is the largest auction in the world which started with one idea and one sale in 1995 and grew to a point where today there 900 million plus people that use the site annually. You can buy or sell virtually anything on Ebay provided it is legal.
One thing is for certain and that is that internet shopping is here to stay. The specifics of the way it will go may not be known, but it is not going anywhere.