Online shopping is becoming a minefield. There so many sites now available it is becoming difficult to know which are worth visiting, and which are not. For example, which are the sites that have the best offerings, which are backed by big chains, what are the protocols involved. All these questions are answered in the Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Shopping, but in the series usual irreverent style. This is becoming an increasingly difficult topic. Most consumers are intrigues by the notion of shopping online, but so many concerns exist. How secure are my credit details' What if the products never turn up' How do I choose which site to use and how do search for the best deal' These are all questions frequently asked and all the answers can be found inside. It also discusses the best software to use, and the most frequently asked questions by existing shoppers. All this is focussed towards the UK market, and specifically UK shopping sites.
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