Why UK shoppers still don’t trust the internet – Retail – Management Today

Internet security fears continue to put punters off online shopping, says the OFT.

Apparently it’s not just the pointlessness of Twitter that’s causing an adverse reaction among internet users – the Office of Fair Trading suggests some people are still not comfortable with internet shopping either. According to its latest report, almost a third of us aren’t shopping online: 30% of this number claimed they don’t trust the system, another 20% are worried about personal security, and 15% said they don’t trust online retailers. So there’s clearly more work to be done to build confidence…

Good article. My relatives do not trust internet at all. They think something horrible will happen if they purchase online. That is another generation. They are sold-out to other economic dependencies and think is normal. Babyboomers are disappearing. I am generation X and getting overrun by the gen Y. X has 45 million and Y is over 100 million. Supposed to bring massive unemployment and CRIME.


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