Cyber Monday is one of the biggest days for shopping of the whole year, and it is perfect for those that simply don’t want to deal with the stress and crowds of black Friday. Since cyber Monday is all about shopping online, then the risk of identity theft and scam is big, which is why you should make sure to check the websites beforehand. Once you are sure that you are shopping on safe website, it is still important that you know what your rights are, and in this article we will help you with just that.
Be wary of scams
This is probably one of the biggest thing that people worry about when it comes to shopping online for cyber Monday deals. One of the best ways to protect yourself from scams is, as we mentioned, to shop from sites that you already know and are sure are real, but another thing that you can do is pay with your credit card. This way even if something does happen, you will be protected by your credit card provider.
You should be reimbursed for stolen items
When you order something online, there is always a chance that the item won’t get to you, or even worse that it might get stolen from right in front of your front door. This is a case where it really depends on the retailer, but you have the right to ask for a refund and you should always use it. However, if you have had items stolen like before, if would be a good idea to request for the delivery man to put a note through your door so that you can collect the package yourself, since you can never be sure if the retailer will agree to refund you for your stolen cyber Monday order.
You can totally resell items
There is nothing wrong, and no law that prohibits you form reselling items that you have bought through a good cyber Monday deal. What you should do is give a good and detailed description of the item that you want to sell, describe its condition and simply post it on your eBay page, or whatever platform you are using and sell it.
You should still get a quality product
Just because you are getting something as a part of a cyber Monday super deal or discount, it does not mean that it is ok for them to send you an item that is not of sufficient quality. It is your right as a customer to get a refund of a replacement within 3o days of the purchase of the item, as a part of the Consumer Rights Act.
Knowing your rights is always a good thing, and this is probably especially important in times when you are shopping online on a day like cyber Monday. All of those amazing cyber Monday deals are sometimes too good to resists, but if you know your rights then you should be ok even if it does turn out to be a scam. And remember, if a deal looks too good to be true, it probably is.
— Find Your Future! (@findurfuture) 26 de septiembre de 2017