December 2, 2013
Millions of shoppers are expected to click on items on Monday as retailers rev up deals to grab online holiday shopping dollars on the first working day after the busy holiday weekend.
With Cyber Monday expected to bolster online sales, FedEx is expecting a record day for shipping packages across the world.
Police are now working together to better educate the public on internet robbery schemes. At a joint news conference representatives from the Arlington, Fort Worth and Grand Prairie Police Departments had a warning for anyone putting items up for sale online.
Online shopping doesn’t have to be risky. Here are a few tips to protect your credit/debit card information on the internet.
According to the FDA, only about 3-percent of online pharmacies are actually obeying the law. The FDA is now warning consumers the vast majority of internet pharmacies are selling drugs that could harm them.
If you love Amazon.com you may want to do as much shopping as you can before Sunday. The website will start collecting sales taxes on purchases from Texas.
Online shopping can be a great way to snag great deals, but not all internet merchants are created equal. Low prices can sometimes blind consumers from spotting counterfeit items.
Online shoe seller Zappos.com says a hacker may have accessed the personal information of up to 24 million customers.
Retailers rang up record sales on Black Friday as shoppers spent an estimated $11.4 billion dollars – nearly a billion dollars more than last year. Now, businesses are gearing up for similar sales on Cyber Monday. All online.
While most people across North Texas are probably not in the holiday spirit quite yet, retailers are getting ready for the rush of shoppers.
Online shoe stores allow customers to design their own perfect pair, customizing the color, toe, heel height and just about any other detail.