Apple Pay is a third-party digital wallet. Your credit card number is stored in this application, and you can use it to pay for your purchases with tokenization instead of giving your credit card number to an online store. This will ensure that no one has your credit card information but you.
Typing in your credit card number on a new website is always a risk. The data could be exposed in a breach or intercepted through a man-in-the-middle attack. Many online shops, as well as brick-and-mortar stores, now accept payments from digital wallets like Google Pay and Apple Pay.
Using a credit card is much better than using a debit card; there are more consumer protections for credit cards if something goes awry. Or, you can use a third-party payment service instead of your credit card. There are many services you can use to pay for purchases – like Google Pay, Apple Pay or […]
Do you use a banking app on your phone? While mobile banking is very common among some age groups – for example, 69% of millennials take advantage of it – it’s not all that popular overall, with only about one-third of all U.S. bank account holders engaging in it. Its slow adoption might be traceable […]
Websites will often offer to save your card details for next time. This is convenient, but not without risk. If the site were ever breached, your card number might be stolen and used for fraudulent purchases. The alternative is to enter the number manually each time or pay with a more secure service such as […]
If breached, debit accounts leave you highly exposed to loss, since someone would be able to withdraw funds at will. In contrast, credit cards provide more fraud and liability protection as well as chargeback. That makes them generally better for online shopping. Better yet, use a platform like Apple Pay or Google Pay, in which […]
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