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Avoiding Counterfeit Items Online

We're often asked how to avoid buying counterfeit items on the Net. Here are the general rule of thumb to avoid getting burned.


-Always use a COD (Cash on Delievery) or Credit Card to buy online. It offers you protection whereas all other forms of payment do not.


Even paypal's protection is generally not as good as a credit card or COD. An example of such a fradulent laptop battery seller is laptop-battery.co.in. Credit card refund policies are usually low hassle for the consumer.


-If a store has a price that sounds good to be true, and you've never heard of the store and can't find it listed at ResellerRatings, make sure they take credit cards.


If you spent money at one of such stores, always try to check there address where they are located. Also check for their other contact details. If you don't find any one of them it would be a scam online company.


-Always use a COD (Cash on Delievery) or Credit Card to buy online. It offers you protection whereas all other forms of payment do not.


-If you are buying something at a reputable online auction site, always check out the references for the seller and only buy from sellers who have good references. If it is not mentioning a possible refrence then it is a bad laptop battery company.


-Don't conduct business with an anonymous user. Get the person's real name, business name (if applicable), address, and phone number. Verify this information before buying. And don't send your payment to a post office box.


-Be more cautious if the seller uses a free email service, such as hotmail, yahoo, etc. Of course, most people who use these free services are honest. However, most shopper scam problems occur when a free service is used. After all, with a free email service, it is very easy for the seller to keep his or her real identity and information hidden.


-Save copies of all of the emails and other documents involved in the transaction. Then, if you discover that an item is counterfeit, you have documentation to help you deal with the problem.


-Use common sense and trust your intuition. If you have a funny feeling about an item, don't buy it. You're very likely right that it is counterfeit online store.


-Be more cautious if the seller uses a free email service, such as hotmail, yahoo, etc. Of course, most people who use these free services are honest. However, most problems occur when a free service is used. After all, with a free email service, it is very easy for the seller to keep his or her real identity and information hidden.


 
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