|Over the past few years
the internet has been "the" place to buy and sell products.
These products come in three main categories: Physical, Electronic
and Services. The problem is that there is no governing body
to control the digital product or services sales, any person with a
computer can create a product or offer a service, put a price tag on it and
sell it - unfortunately in some cases these products or
services are not
what the purchaser thought they were.
One of the main problems with digital
products is that you (the consumer) are buying an unseen
item based on the description on the page. If the
description on the page is misleading or false; who are you
going to tell?
Services such as article submission
directories or outsourcing companies can be a minefield.
This site is here to give you a much
needed insight into what to look for when purchasing a
digital product or find a service from the internet.
Please Note: We are not a governing
body of any sorts, we are merely a group of people who have
spent many years on the internet. Over the years we have
reviewed and bought more products and services than any of us cares to
Our product knowledge covers some very
ordinary subjects as well as some offbeat topics.
We have also joined various membership
sites to check the value for money within the sites, this is
a must read for anyone considering joining a membership site
and includes the do's and don'ts.
This site has been made as easy to follow
and as useful as possible. We are constantly updating our
database of recommended products. By the time you have
finished reading though this site, you will have the
knowledge and confidence to buy or sell online.
On the left hand side of this page you
will see various buttons, these buttons give you an overview
of the services which you will come across the most when
buying online - they also cover some services which you may
not of heard of.
Please take the time to read through
as much as possible; this will make your internet purchases
run smoother and give you the confidence you require to
purchase online services and digital products.
Although we are not a governing body,
we DO take pride in what we do. We will NEVER intentionally
mislead you into buying something from a person or company,
we have spent too much time on this site to give you the
Rules For Shopping Online
1. "Be Safe" – Do not
make purchases or give out personal information to websites
you are unfamiliar with until you have printed out or saved
full contact information. Take a moment to read and
disclaimers and/or privacy policies. All contact info and
privacy statements should be easy to locate.
2. "Be Smart" – You are
in control! If it sounds too good to be true it usually is.
Do not visit websites you find from junk email (spam).
Delete all email you do not recognize. If you are unsure of
something, contact the website by phone or email before you
make a purchase or give out information. There are plenty of
legitimate web-businesses offering what you are searching
for. You can avoid scams simply by taking your time to make
3. "Be Secure" – Here’s
a simple tip to further protect your credit card
information. When you are at the page that requires you to
type in your credit card information, look at the address
bar at the top of your computer screen. A regular web page
starts with: http://,
whereas a secure page starts with:
Pages like these are encrypted and used for security and/or
financial transactions online. Be secure and look for the "S"!