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Shopping online on Cyber Monday avoids many of the problems with Black Friday crowds, but it has its own downside: identity theft.
Sure you don't have to jostle with the hordes of sale-crazed shoppers or look sadly at picked-over merchandise, but buying things online comes with a few risks. You'll be sending financial information over the Internet, which means you need to be careful that it isn't compromised.
It's good to have anti-virus protection and keep an eye out for fraudulent charges on your bank accounts, but there are some other specific steps you can take while shopping this holiday season. Here are three suggestions for staying safe:
Despite your best efforts, it's possible your computer or online accounts may still get hacked. If that happens to you, know that there are lawyers ready to help you get your finances back on track.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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