You can review these 5 Tips (5 steps) to secure and safe online shopping right here on the website – just scroll down to review each tip’s short video.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares some encouragement to not give away too much of your personal information and details. Some online offers and shopping carts ask for optional details about you – choose to avoid sharing non-required details as your privacy matters!
In today’s Tech Tip (Safe Shopping Tip #4) Chet shares thoughts that we should avoid clicking on links send via email or a too good to be true deal on a website or social media. Instead, click on the website via the publicly available website address to see if the deal is legit. And as […]
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares whether you should use a Credit or Debit Card when shopping online (yes, there is a strong recommendation to use one of these but not the other). There are more safeguards and protections for you as a consumer with the use of a Credit Card online – we […]
In Safe and Secure Online Shopping Tip #2 Chet shares how you can make certain you are entering your credit card and person information only on a secure website. You should never enter these details on an unsecured website!
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares thoughts about researching or checking a company or product to see if it’s legit and not a lemon. There are some products, sales, and offers that sound too good to be true – and sometimes they are! We’ll look at a suggestion for checking the complaints of a […]
“Interview: Staying Safe With Tech – Chet Davis Your Technology Tutor”
by Valda Boyd Ford interviews Chet Davis
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shows how you can see the email address of the sender. This can help you avoid responding to or clicking on a fraudulent email message.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares one way to determine if that email is likely from a cyber-thief. You can avoid getting trapped in a scam (hacking your private information) by paying attention to inbound email messages that ask you to click on their link to sign-in to your account.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares caution about acting on a telephone call that suggests you’ve been hacked. Usually, this is a fraudulent call that causes you to act in a way that provides personal info to a cyber thief.