Today I am going to tell you that how to shop online with your card. This is a very simple process for this you need a debit/credit card.
Debit cum ATM card
If you have a bank account already go to your bank and apply for debit cum ATM card. This process generally takes 1-2 weeks after that you get that card. This kind of transaction is very simple, safe and minimum risk is involved. Now, I am going to tell you the benefits of debit card shopping online, electricity bill payment water bill payment, cash withdrawal from ATM, buying groceries, payment of fees in the institute, college etc.
It’s secure because of different OTP (one time password) send each to your phone by bank. You can also pay at a petrol station by swiping your card entering the PIN number. payment of insurance. Suppose if you shop online you get the discount in shopping and you won’t get the discount if you pay on cash on delivery we can also see that some places like in hospitals there is a different counter for cash and card payment. For cash, there is always a huge queue and on the card, there are fewer chances for queue Therefore it’s time-saving and queue.
Using a debit card
Next, I am going to tell you that what is the process involved in using a debit card for online shopping. Go to your internet browser. Open any online shopping site like I have opened the shop clues. There is the aux cable which I want to buy. Click on this ‘buy now’ button. After that you get the total price. I am going to pay by debit card click on the debit card because I am using a debit card. Here are my debit card details.
I have encircled debit card details by red and expiry date by the black back side of the card is CVV number. Now enter the card number, expiry date, and CVV number. If you have any printed name on this card enter that also then pay your amount. Then this window will appear on your screen. In that you have to enter the OTP send by your bank to your mobile number. Then your online shopping is complete. This is totally secure because of different OTP send by your bank each time you transact.