Delete Saved Payment Info To Reduce Online Impulse Buying

Delete Saved Payment Info To Reduce Online Impulse Buying

Buying stuff on the internet is way too easy. It’s no wonder, then, that some of us can impulse buy our way into a budget hole. Give yourself a fighting chance against the temptation by removing saved payment information from the sites where you shop.

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Deleting your credit card info (or never saving it in the first place) means it takes just a little bit longer to buy stuff online. Sometimes, that little bit of time is all you need to decide you don’t really need yet another gadget, or that extra pair of shoes. Not to mention it’s one less way for someone with evil intentions to get their hands on your financial info.

As much as Amazon would like you to believe that one-click ordering is a good thing, forcing yourself to take an extra minute or two may just be an all-around good thing.

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