This stunning silver beaded metal frame has a gorgeous high polished finish and quality black velvet easel backing for tabletop display. Constructed of heavy weight metal with a decorative and elegant bead border around the outside and the words "My first birthday" embossed and accentuated in black. Arrives individually boxed and makes a great gift! Perfect for any treasured 4x6 photo. High quality glass front & velvet back. Includes hanger for wall mounting. Overall dimensions: 6.5"H X 7.5"W X 0.5"D. Wipes clean with dry cloth.
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Holiday shopping online can be irresistible. This year, 83 percent of U.S. What’s not to love? You make a list, check it twice, then go wild. Such joy. Until you land on a bogus retail website or your credit card information gets swiped. Here’s the gift you can really use: tips for safer holiday online shopping. Consider this: In 2017, the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center received nearly 300,000 online-theft complaints. 1.4 billion. That’ll put a dent in your budget. Meanwhile, online shopping is forecast to boom during the 2018 holiday season, according to eMarketer, a research company that provides insights related to commerce and marketing in the digital world. Here’s what the agency predicts for November 1 to December 31, when nearly a quarter of annual online buying happens. Online holiday sales growth (vs. Don’t let fake companies and identity thieves dampen your holiday spirit. Before you click the ‘Buy’ button this holiday season, check out these tips to help you enjoy safer online shopping.
Expect a record for online holiday spending this year. But shopping IRL — in real life — offers one advantage: you can usually be sure the business and the inventory exist. On the web, some businesses are fabricated by people who just want your credit card information and other personal details. To play it safe, consider doing online business only with retailers you trust and have shopped with before. Did you find the perfect gift on an unfamiliar website? Break out your detective skills whenever you want to buy something from a new merchant. Does the company interact with a social media following? What do its customer reviews say? Does it have a history of scam reports or complaints at the Better Business Bureau? Take it one step further by contacting the business. If there’s no email address, phone number, or address for a brick-and-mortar location, that could be a signal that it’s a fake company.
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and other big sales along the way have become a tradition of holiday shopping. But if a website offers something that looks too good to be true, then it probably is. Compare prices and pictures of the merchandise at similar websites. Rock-bottom prices could be a red flag that the business doesn’t have those items in stock. The website may exist only to get your personal information. You might be tempted to take your shopping spree to a coffee shop for a cup of joe. Keep in mind, Wi-Fi networks use public airwaves. With a little tech know-how and the freely available Wi-Fi password at your favorite cafe, someone can intercept the data you send and receive while on free public Wi-Fi. Shopping online usually means giving out information that an identity thief would love to grab, including your name and credit card information. Bottom line: It’s never a good idea to shop online or log in to any website while you’re connected to public Wi-Fi.
Still can’t resist the lure of shopping online while sipping that peppermint latte? If you must shop online on public Wi-Fi, consider installing and using a VPN — short for “virtual private network” — on all mobile devices and computers before connecting to any Wi-Fi network. A VPN creates an encrypted connection between your smartphones and computers and the VPN server. Think of it as a secure tunnel your Internet traffic travels through while you browse the web, making your data safer from interception by nearby hackers. If someone has the password to your account, they can log in, change the shipping address, and order things while you get stuck with the bill. Help keep your account safe by locking it with a strong password — “Santa123” won’t do. Use a complex set of at least 10 lowercase and uppercase numbers, letters, and symbols. Don’t use personal information that others can find or guess, such as birthdates, your kids’ names, or your favorite color. Don’t use the same password — however strong — on multiple accounts. A data breach at one company could give criminals access to your other, shared-password accounts.
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