Help! - Safe payment methods

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white-pole
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22 May 06 10:12:34 am
Hi all... I am new here... and I dont know which supplier is giving the lowest price... So can anyone tell me how to do that? Another problem is... is it safe to pay to supplier by using credit card? since so many credit card has been fraud and it's easy. So means that in my credit card i cant put too much money? while it will be very dangerous?

Thanx for the answer for anyone that trying to help me... :D

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filho_domicio
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25 May 06 08:58:24 am
Generally, using your credit card is a very safe method of payment (one of the best). However, you have to be careful who you pay with it. You don't want to be giving out your CC info to just anyone. Also, you are best protected by CC when within your own country as overseas transactions are always less secure.

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white-pole
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25 May 06 12:42:16 pm
Hi thanx for the information diablo....

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jhscody80
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30 May 06 04:28:15 am
Hi all... I am new here... and I dont know which supplier is giving the lowest price... So can anyone tell me how to do that? Another problem is... is it safe to pay to supplier by using credit card? since so many credit card has been fraud and it's easy. So means that in my credit card i cant put too much money? while it will be very dangerous?

Thanx for the answer for anyone that trying to help me... :D
I myself have never had any type of credit card fraud and do not know anyone that has. One thing i would do before purchasing items is search the forums here for this supplier and at ripoffreport.com to assure they are legit.

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jadzia1182
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30 May 06 04:38:53 am
Frauding credit cards can be easy if the person knows what they're doing... but getting away with it is another story. Credit card companies are very careful about credit card fraud these days. And they have safeguards in place to protect their customers. I know most major credit cards in the US have a safety feature that if you're card is lost, stolen, or frauded in any way, you are only liable for $50 USD, or none at all. I believe that might even be a federal law here, to protect identity theft victims from having to repay debts they didn't accumulate.

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mslilly
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30 May 06 10:32:24 pm
Hi all... I am new here... and I dont know which supplier is giving the lowest price... So can anyone tell me how to do that? Another problem is... is it safe to pay to supplier by using credit card? since so many credit card has been fraud and it's easy. So means that in my credit card i cant put too much money? while it will be very dangerous?

Thanx for the answer for anyone that trying to help me... :D


Yes, all info CORRECT - you can do a search for the supplier information, and if they don't have prices on their website, just email them. But again, be careful. Check them out, and you know what? Maybe list them here before you purchase, sometimes someone has used them here and can tell you about their experience. :) :)

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simon
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6 Jun 06 04:01:28 am
always read the seller's feedbacks will also help ...

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