Plenty of people on social media today refer to heavily-used sites, such as Instagram or Facebook, and spot someone wearing an outfit they have interest in, but have no way to go about locating where they can get their own.
Do you like shopping on internet giant Amazon.com because the prices are usually really good and you don’t have to pay state sales tax? Well, the free ride is almost over.
A warning if you shop online and have a habit of returning items, you may be in for a surprise. More retailers are starting to take notice and some are even punishing repeat offenders.
Don’t be surprised if see a co-worker doing a little online shopping during their lunch break. It’s Cyber Monday, the techno follow up to Black Friday and the biggest day of the year for online sales.
On average, a person will pay about $200 for a pair of prescription glasses. Add on a designer name and fancy frames and you’ll pay much more. But, some glasses are selling online for as little as $7.
The Fort Lauderdale Police Department put out a warning Wednesday regarding a suspected Internet scam.
Federal authorities have launched a crackdown on data brokers – people who track your every search and purchase on the Internet and sell the information.
Cyber Monday is expected to generate more than $2 billion dollars in sales this year as more and more tech-savvy shoppers turn to their mobile computers, smart phones and tablets to surf the web for bargains.
Monday thousands of South Floridians will head back to work after the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend, but that doesn’t mean the start holiday shopping blitz is over.
Shopping online can be overwhelming for most customers. Now, it turns out there may be a best time to look for your product on websites.