The online shopping have become very popular in recent years and especially during the quarantine period, as they are convenient and we do not even have to leave the house to do them.
However, the internet often carries risks for users' personal and financial information, especially when online courses markets.
But there is an easy way to protect your purchases and it is none other than using a virtual card.
A website called Privacy provides free virtual cards that can protect the user's personal information and make all online shopping 100% secure.
If a user makes a purchase from an online store, Privacy allows them to pay for the items they have purchased, without ever disclosing the actual details of their credit card.
Privacy Virtual Cards also hide more sensitive data, such as your name and billing address, so you do not have to worry about companies selling your personal information to third parties.
The user can also use it for subscriptions. If someone subscribes to a free trial service stream, may simply deactivate the virtual card before the trial period ends and the subscription will not be automatically renewed.
The user can also set limits on the amount that a subscription service can charge his virtual card each month, so there is no risk of the price rising without knowing it.
It only takes a few minutes to install Privacy as a browser extension on Google Chrome and once configured, you can create virtual cards with a single click, and it also has a mobile application.
Privacy complies with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), which means that it adheres to the same security standards as all major banks. Sensitive information such as credit card number and home address is protected by encryption key encryption, which means that no employee has access to personal information.