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Living in the Dark ages
Montreal, Canada
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September 14, 2018 - 11:26 am
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Are you terrified to use online banking or purchasing items via the internet? Do you still get snail mail (cheques) and do your banking at the bank?

Well, I recently found out there are people who are terrified to trust this technology because they heard a scary story. Yes, it is scary to use or trust the online system if one have little or no protection installed on ones computer, and/or know how and/or what to have installed. Plus there are plenty of online scams, the most frighting ones are delivered right to your email account. Click here without reading and you can experience your worst nightmare.

Is there a solution? Can these folks be helped? Is their fear genuine? These are loaded questions. After pondering on these questions for a long time, it is clear to me, some people have an honest fear of being a victim, and it might be best to let them live in fear (concern) and do things the old fashioned way.

But what is amusing (if you can find any humour), is banks use the internet. Making purchases with a debit or credit card one uses the internet (and it is safer to use credit cards than a debit card), so go figure, Mindblower!

"Light travels faster than sound;
That is why some people seem bright until you hear them speak"

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