- Website Factors
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The design quality of a website is a strong indication that time and money has been invested. Read more…
Quality of Images
Good design also extends to the quality of images used. Read more…
Read the page/site copy and assess for typos, mistakes and badly written grammar/punctuation. Read more…
Look for any dates on content pages, such as the blog, or articles on the site. Read more…
Look at the footer, the sidebars and the page content: does the site have a high number of links going out to other sites? Read more…
HTTPS, SSL, AVG
The 's' on the end of 'http' is an essential indicator that a site is secure for making transactions. Read more…
Staying safe online requires a little knowledge and some savvy to avoid becoming a victim.
Assessing a website’s credibility is an easy task if you know what to look for. Our guide above clearly explains what to look for on a website so you can measure if it is safe to enter personal and credit card details online.
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Internet shopping has grown year-on-year with online spending reaching 24% of the retail market in December 2014. The critical period from 2nd November to 27th December 2014 recorded spending of £26.2bn for UK online shoppers. 2015 is set for a 12% increase this Christmas shopping season.
65% of people in the UK claim they could do more to stay safe online. Whilst not all fraud online is shopping related there is a belief that the real figure of online fraud crimes is underestimated as up to 1 in 5 don't bother to report a cybercrime.