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How safe is it to provide financial information (such as my credit card number) on-line or over the telephone?  
There is always a certain measure of risk when you provide financial information (such as your credit card number) on-line or over the telephone. To minimize the risk of becoming a victim of identity theft or fraud, do not give out personal your information to others unless you have a reason to trust them. If making an online purchase or banking transaction, make sure the site you are using is secure. In other words, make sure that the website uses some method of encryption to transfer data across the Internet. One way to tell that a site is secure is by noting that the URL (Web address) begins with "https://" rather than just "http://" and by looking for a locked padlock at the bottom of the screen, usually in the lower right corner of your browser.
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