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Here's Why You Should Always See Something In Person Before Buying Online

JANUARY 29, 2017  —  By Sarah Jewel  
Sarah Jewel

Sarah Jewel

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in the land of beautiful winters.

Not everything is as it seems to be, especially when you're buying online.

A company called HPI Check, one of the oldest vehicle history checking companies, recently did a study where they found out that 72 percent of people thought their friends and family looked different in online photos than in real life. They also discovered that 50 percent of people had never uploaded a completely unaltered photo to the internet.

Selfies are one thing, but what happens when you're buying online? You should always be cautious about online purchases, since brands often do the same thing we do to our faces to their products. Here's why you should be extra careful when making a big purchase on the world wide web.

It seems crazy, but they actually got offers on some of these bogus automobile listings. Check it out!

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I thought it was disappointing to get a sweater in the wrong color after an online shopping spree, but buying a fake car could be a financially devastating decision. SHARE this with everyone you know to remind them to pay attention to online listings.

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