Are you interested in buying chocolate covered espresso beans wholesale? If so, it's a great idea to search the Internet for the best place to get the right deals and the high-end products. But what you aren't sure of is how to go about buying chocolate covered espresso beans wholesale without risking your credit card numbers or your identify. Everybody's heard of those horror tales about people getting their identities stolen and their bank accounts cleared out. It can happen if you don't know how to shop online. Buying chocolate covered espresso beans wholesale online, or any product for that matter, is not as frightening or difficult as you might think.
You just need to know the precautions when you start entering your credit card numbers online. First, always know what you're buying. Although a Web site says it has the best chocolate covered beans, make sure to study the seller's item description, including any photographs. Watch out for fine print and adjectives that might suggest that what you'll get in the mail won't exactly be what they offered online. And remember the old saying, "If something sounds too good to be true.
" If those high-grade espresso beans seem too cheap, chances are they might not be as high-grade as you thought. The second step is to take care how you buy. Before making a purchase at a Web site, find out what type of payments the site accepts and how they ship their products. A red flag could be any Web site that asks for Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers, or bank account information. You shouldn't have to give these things for some candy.
Record every purchase you make online, too. That means printing hard copies of all transaction information, including the shipping information and any e-mails that the Web site sends you. Keep the name of the Web site, the official online description of the beans you bought (how many pounds, for instance), and the exact date, time, and price of your purchase. These will be very handy if the Web site shortchanges you. Even after all the research and if you still don't feel comfortable and secure buying your delicious candies online, most Web sites also offer an 800 number. This way, you don't keypunch in your credit card number on the internet.
You never know what the seller will do with your credit card information. Even in the internet-age, you can order your beans the old-fashioned way over the phone. Or better yet, have them send you their wholesale catalog right to your mailbox.
By: Courtney Park