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If you are dealing with an unknown merchant or web shop, verify with the Better Business Bureau or your state or regional consumer protection agency to know whom you are transacting with. There are legitimate-looking email messages that lets you know of a large amount being debited out of your account and you really need to log-on with the link provided to confirm if the charge is accurate.  These kinds of emails are actually dishonest and must be ignored or avoided. Possibly the most popular ways a scammer may target you is by dumping spam in your email address.  One of the best ways in order to avoid being conned by such spammers is by not purchasing any item from a message you didn't ask for. Steer clear from phony shopping comparison sites that pretend to be giving honest critiques, fraudulent online pharmacies, and “free trial” sites which trick victims right into unknowingly signing up for regular credit card charges. When doing business with private retailers, be sure to verify their reputation first before concluding any sales with these individuals. Practically just about any online distributors permits credit cards as a type of payment in return for their products.