World Wide Wallet

Friday, August 31, 2007

Unbelievable! For once you can make online purchases without having yourself and pertinent information about you revealed. This is just great! And how is this possible? Well, get yourself a prepaid visa card. This is the newest and the safest way to make purchases online with you being anonymous. This is a virtual prepaid card meaning you apply, receive and manage your WWWcard entirely online. The nice thing about it is you can control your shopping since you can put only a certain amount depending on your budget. It's not like a credit card that gives you a big credit limit to encourage you to shop even beyond your means. I know a lot of people who can't just seem to control their credit card usage up to the point that they are already heavily indebted. With WWWcard, you can limit your online purchases for extra budget control. This card can be used worldwide, wherever Visa cards are accepted. It protects your privacy since you don't receive statements, no mails and you don't need to reveal your identity at any point. It's only you, and only you who can view the details of your WWWcard with the password you provided.

This company also has WWWgiftcards. Isn't it that all the time we run out of ideas on what to give to a friend or a loved one? There are times that we just think of buying this gift just for the sake that you are able to give something. WWgiftcards is the solution for this. All you need to do is provide the email address of the recipient and it will be sent to him instantly. He can now make purchases online wherever visa cards are accepted. This could be a perfect gift, without getting yourself hassled in some way. And who knows this could be the perfect blessing for the person you are giving it to, for he will be able to purchase something from his wishlist.

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