Is it difficult for you to get to a store? Do you have language difficulties when you shop? I roto i te USA, you can buy nearly everything you need online. Learn how to use the internet to shop online for food and other everyday items. Learn how to be safe while you shop online.
How to shop online for the things you want
You can search on the internet with the name of the item you want to buy. But you might end up on an unsafe site. Engari, learn which are the safe websites and use them. You can usually trust most familiar names and famous websites. But you may want to use lesser-known websites because they have special food products. Na, before you pay anything to a new website, check to see if the website is safe.
You can find out if a shopping website is safe by searching online. Type the name of the website and then the word “reviews.” You can read about what other users think about that website.
How to pay when you shop online
- Ki te whai koe i te kāri nama, he kāri nama ranei, reira ngāwari ki te hoko online. Ko reira haumaru ki te whakamahi i te kāri nama atu i te kāri nama. e kore e kāri nama hono ki te moni i roto i tō pūkete pēke. Ki te tahaetia te te tau kāri, e kore e taea e te tahae te tiki ki tō pūkete pēke.
- Ki te kore koe e whai i te kāri nama, taea tonu e koe te hoko online. Ka taea e koe te whakamahi i te kāri tōmua. You can buy a card that has numbers like a credit card. He he he nui huinga o te moni i runga i te kāri. Ka taea e koe te tāpiri moni atu ranei whiwhi i te kāri hou ina rere te moni i roto i. Ko te ara haumaru rawa ki te hoko ipurangi no te mea e kore koe e whai ki te hoatu i tetahi mōhiohio pūtea whaiaro ina utu koutou mo nga mea tenei. Ka utu koe he utu, ina hoko koe maka ano te moni ranei. Compare fees on different to get the best deal. Find recommended prepaid cards from Consumer Reports.org.
- taea e koe whakatuwhera i te pūkete Paypal a utu ipurangi i reira. You need a bank account or credit card to buy online with a regular Paypal account. ranei, Ka taea e te tiki e koe i te Paypal tōmua Mastercard kahore te pūkete pēke.
Receiving and returning goods
Hokohoko ipurangi he watea te tonoa hoki nga mea katoa ki a koutou te kāinga. E koe ki te kia tupato no te mea e kore koe e whiwhi ki te whakamatautau i te hua i mua i te hoko koe i te reira. Tirohia i mua i te hoko koe e taea te hoki koe i te reira ki te puritia e koe i te rihīti me te tākai taketake, me te kore i whakamahia te tūemi. hoki, check to see what the return policy is. Some websites offer free returns, while others will make you pay for shipping.
How to shop online safely
Kei te te tahi mau taime i huaina tō mōhiohio whaiaro raraunga. kore Me koe ki te hoatu i roto i raraunga whaiaro nui, pērā i tau ID, tau pēke, kupuhipa, ranei koutou wāhitau i runga i ngā pae pāpāho pāpori. Hei pupuri i haumaru ratou kaiwhakamahi, whatunga pāpori whai tautuhinga tūmataiti taea e koe te whakamahi i ki te hanga i ō mōhiohio (raraunga) haumaru.
Look at the top of this page at the URL (the page address that starts https://). You will see a little padlock symbol next to the address. When you are on a shopping site, look to see that the site’s name has the padlock next to it. Make sure the URL site’s address starts with “https”, instead of just “http”, and has a padlock icon in the URL field. This indicates that the website is secure and uses encryption to scramble your data so it can’t be intercepted by others. hoki, be on the lookout for websites that have misspellings or bad grammar in their addresses. They could be copycats of legitimate websites.
It is safer to shop on your own computer. Shared computers, like in a library, might have a virus that you don’t know about. You also might be sitting next to other people who might see your personal information. If you need to shop on a shared computer, make sure that nobody is watching you while you buy something. Make sure to log out of your account before you walk away. Ki te kore, somebody might be able to steal your information.
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