It is a bonus to the consumer any time a vendor can provide an extra layer of security. Online credit card consumers can generate a separate credit card number for each online purchase, if they wish.
This easy-to-use extra security measure makes consumers more confident about buying with credit cards over the internet. Anyone who did view your information in transit would see only your encrypted information. Encrypted information looks like gibberish to everyone except the credit card company's computer.
Additionally, it is no longer necessary to submit online the credit card number imprinted on your physical credit card.
Previously I mentioned the merits of performing regular routine maintenance on your vehicle. The benefit to do this will greatly reduce your fuel costs and save you money. Itís also a good idea to start a fuel log. The rational behind this is simple
With the Price of Gas Soaring to new levels almost daily it pays to learn how to save gas and money. Here are some gas saving and money saving tips you can use right now. When you go out try to combine your errands.
Maestro - an international debit card service; a joint venture by Mastercard and Europay International.
Supermarket gas stations - discount gas stations found at some supermarkets (Albertsons, Kroger, and Vons), convenience stores (7-Eleven), mass merchandise stores (Wal-Mart) and membership warehouse stores (Costco, Sam's Club, and BJ's). Some such stations require a special membership card to receive the discounted gasoline price.
Personal check - a written order to a bank to pay the amount specified from previously-deposited funds.
Credit card system - a type of retail transaction settlement and credit system, named after the small plastic card issued to system users. A credit card is different from a debit card in that the credit card issuer lends the consumer money rather than having the money removed from an account.
Gasoline or gas - a petroleum-derived liquid mixture consisting primarily of hydrocarbons, used as fuel in internal combustion engines. Often called petrol outside the U.S.