Do U prefer Online buying?
December 2, 2006 1:15pm CST
I never tried but I think that it is a useful thing but not popular
2 Dec 06
Oh yes i have done loads and loads of online shopping i got an Ipod, Books, DVD player, Ipod Charger, Apparels, Home theater Via Online shopping Try it , its really great It isnt popular as, people still trust buying things if they see it! Seeing is believing no but if you want to buy small things then your one resort is online shopping
22 Feb 07
i prefer buying online. it lessens the amount of time that i should have spend from buying from different establishments like malls shops and department stores. i'll just have to wait for the item to arrive so i can still do something while waiting.
• United States
3 Dec 06
I have never bought anything online....sometimes I am really tempted to do so because of some good deals on line....but I usually stick to "if it sounds to good to be true, then it probably is" I think I am too scared to getting ripped off on line. The closest ive been to mixing money with internet is when I signed up with Mylot.
3 Dec 06
Yes, I have tried online buying many times. I feel it is useful in some way and wastage in some ways just because you cannot see the actual product live and there were lots of incidence with me which happened that i got damaged or not working items delivered to me when purchased online. I always hesitate purchasing electronics online because it is like taking a calculated risk, you are not sure how it will work or how long it will work. Whereas if you purchase from your local shops you know where to go or whom to contact when there is trouble with the product. Another thing which is a major obstacle in the online buying is the wayward amount they charge as delivery charges. You will find some products for 1 buck and when you actually plan to buy it, they will charge you with 1000 bucks as delivery charges, which will be more than the actual worth of that product. I think if the online sites sort out these problems, I feel that online shopping will rule because of the convenience it offers.