5 Online Money Transfer Safety Tips

In the 21st century, online money transfer services have become the order of the day. Still, a lot of people, even those who believe themselves to be experienced, fall victims of online fraudsters each year. In order not to get scammed, it’s important to learn how to keep your online identity safe.

Whatever you do online, be it shopping, playing online slots, or transferring money, you should adhere to the following 5 rules:

1 Choose your money exchange service

Before you convert your money into binary code you should decide which platform you are going to use. It’s very important to choose a household name to be your money exchange intermediary. There are plenty of notoriously secure payment services, such as PayPal and Google Wallet, that are guaranteed to keep your funds safe. Some licensed online gaming houses, such as Stakers Casino, may also be a secure place to store your money.

2 Think of a strong password

After you chose your payment system, you should take action in order to secure your wallet. Think of a password you would like to use when logging in. Make sure not to succumb to the desire of having a simple and easy to learn password – it’s better to write a note somewhere than to make it easier for hackers to get your money. You should also avoid using birth-date-type passwords as they are too easy to guess. Do not use the same password for all accounts – if it happens to be stolen, the perpetrator will have a free pass to all other data you have.

3 Keep your device secured

Keep the device you are using for online money transfer free of malicious software and spy apps. Remember that some software may be used to steal your private information. Thus, you need to make sure to install only approved apps from licensed developers and avoid other. Install an antivirus program – it will detect masked viruses and stop them from taking over your data.

4 Spend your money carefully

Not every scam steals directly from your wallet, some of them wait for you to willingly give your money to them. There are millions of websites on the Internet and not every one of them is safe.

Choose the place where you want to spend money carefully. If you wish to go shopping online, you have to make sure that the online boutique won’t steal from you. Read the reviews about the catalog you want to order something from. If you are playing casino games at an online casino, make sure that it has a license and is operating under the jurisdiction of a gambling authority. When it comes to person-to-person funds exchange, make sure you know the person well in order not to give your money to a fraudster on a platter.

5 Don’t delete your receipts

After every transaction, you receive a receipt – save it as you may need it in case you get to deal with a fraud. Having a receipt will drastically speed up any issue solving. Most services will also email you whenever the money is withdrawn from your wallet, which will help you to react fast if the transaction is made not by you.

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