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06/22/2007

Credit Card Transfers

Be careful who you trust with your credit card transfers.

Credit card fraud happens on a regular basis now, for which reason you should be very careful how you use your credit card information. You should be very careful whenever you do a credit card transfer so that you can make sure that you do not end up with a stolen credit card. The first thing to keep in mind is that if you start to feel as though the company you're about to use for a credit card transfer is not trustworthy, then you should trust your instincts.

You should always make sure that the company you're thinking of doing a credit card transfer with has not been in trouble for stealing credit information before. You should also check to see how long the company has been in business, that way you can be sure that they have not been doing anything they shouldn't with your credit information.

Generally if you're going to make credit card purchases online, you should only give your credit card information to companies that are fairly official and that have been established for a long time. You should also make sure that the credit information is on a professional looking page - one of the tip offs that you should not be giving a company your credit information is that the page might not look very professional at all.

If you're going to do a lot of purchasing online, you might want to look into getting an account with a company that will take care of dealing with your credit information for you. For instance, if you're going to be buying a lot on Ebay, a PayPal account will likely come in handy. This company can be trusted with your credit card information, and you won't have to worry about other companies getting your credit information.

Whether you're buying online or from a store near you, you should always be careful regarding credit card transfers. If you're not, you could find yourself dealing with a stolen credit card. However, if you are careful, then you should be able to avoid most of the problems that can come up if the wrong company gets your credit card information.

About The Author

Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.cashbazar.com. Visit his website for the latest on personal finance, debt elimination, budgeting, credit cards and real estate.





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