Shopping online for the holidays: twelve tips to protect yourself

Monday, 28 November 2005, 6:37 PM EST

The holiday season is a busy time as people hunt for the perfect gifts for family and friends. The Internet can make your shopping faster and easier, but there can also be pitfalls if you're not careful. The National Consumers League, the Better Business Bureau and the National Cyber Security Alliance offer key advice to ensure you have a safe online shopping experience, so that your gift-giving is a joyous occasion, not an opportunity for cyber thieves.

At the BBB.

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