Sure, they go after just about everyone these days. But perhaps there is something you can do about it to help keep you safe. Today would be more like free tips for you while being a somewhat advertising thing of joining, but we believe in it.
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The service allows credit card creations that are like pseudo-charge-up gift cards where you can put each card under its own site. Example: Paying your Internet Bill online? Use one of these cards. Paying your Amazon purchases can be routed to this as well. And once its setup for a site, it locks the card for that purchase type. You can even set limits whether it is per charge, monthly, annually, or even the lifetime of the card. This is especially useful for being cautious on spending towards something that says will be X price and then Y price after 3 months ensuring that you only spend what you’re supposed to be spending on and not ruining your credit. The fun thing is that since a lot of stores like to use your card information to keep track of you for marketing purposes, using these virtual cards lessens that information about you being spread the way it does.
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Lastly, small tips:
- Double check the e-mails you get. It may say its coming from Microsoft or Amazon, but once in a while, a bad actor will get into your inbox to tell you something like “your Microsoft account needs to be reset” and clicking it really gives you a fake page for putting in your credentials.
- Watch out for impersonators. Some can try their best to be your friend Bob, same one that you help often, same name, even same writing style. Make sure the e-mail is from them.
- Try not to go to dubious websites. It should be a given, but sometimes you might be desperate to find that 1 thing when all other places are just out.
- Be careful of mistyped websites. It happens. But lets make sure you’re not typing something like youtube and you misplace that t with an r. Some sites will get you that way.
- Unless you know the tech, Microsoft, Google, nor Amazon will ask you to let them login to your PC. Microsoft might if you contacted them first, but they won’t contact you first to get access.
With all that said, lets have a happy and safe holidays!