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One Mom's Moxie: Safe Online Cash Advances

Friday, May 24, 2013

Safe Online Cash Advances

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When it comes to your identity you can never be too careful. Applying for safe online cash advances means seeking out websites displaying the SSL certificate logo. Sites without an SSL certificate may be sending your information out into cyberspace without encryption. This means that it could fall into the wrong hands. You certainly would not want your banking information to be visible to someone with bad intentions. Overall, most websites offering online cash advances do have the SSL certificate. It is extremely rare to see one that doesn't, and that's a good thing because it means you have lots of options regarding which firm to choose for borrowing money. 
A long time ago during the early days of the internet, there was no such thing as SSL. It didn't take long for hackers to figure out how to get access to banking and other sensitive information, and for this reason a lot of people fell victim to identity theft. While identity theft does still occur, it's not nearly as commonplace as it once was thanks to advances in technology that protect us from hackers. An online cash advance is a great way to get money quickly when you need it most, but don't forget to check for that SSL certificate on every website you visit.