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© 2011 wheresjenny.com Risks & Disadvantages of Online Shopping Do you know the company? Is your credit card safe? Is your information being sold? Are you getting the correct product at the requested time? Do you know how to shop online?
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Consumer Benefits - Convenience Geographic Store hours Ease of transaction Quick and efficient shopping process
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Online Shopping vs. Traditional Shopping Cannot try or test product before purchase Minimum human interaction if any Cannot pay by cash Shop anytime online
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Match the following 1. Shopping Cart 2. Seasonal Item 3. Auction 4. Delivery Van 5. Second Hand Products A. B. C. D. E.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Choose the appropriate words to fill in the blanks. 1.One advantage of online shopping is you are able to compare _________ much easier. 2.One disadvantage of online shopping is that you do not have someone to _________ you in finding what you need, or just answer questions about the product. 3.One payment method for online shopping is _________ which literally transfers money from one entity’s bank account into another’s. 4.People can shop from home or work whereas a visit to the mall requires consumers to travel using some form of transportation and forces them to visit the stores during the stores’ _________. 5.Online shoppers have the advantage of _________ prices of competing stores without actually driving to the stores. ComparingWire-transferBusiness hoursPricesAssist
Online Shopping Group Members: George Harris DaVid Robinson Binh Dao Kwadwo Kwakwa Alex Covrljan Tim Connolly.
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