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It is true that online shopping has been in vogue in various countries. While this trend may have several drawbacks, I would argue that it is beneficial for individuals who purchase products by means of computers or mobile phones to some extent.


On the one hand, the tendency of shopping on the Internet might have a large number of tremendous impacts on its purchasers. Firstly, there is a high risk of fraud; in particular, criminals are more likely to use online selling sites in order to steal people’s money via their credit card details. To take my mother as an example, because of her carelessness, she had provided retailers with her personal information involving her bank account and her date of birth before examining their reliability and security. Therefore, a sum of money was withdrawn from her account. Secondly, it is clear that shoppers tend to make unnecessary purchases because they could not resist the temptation of advertisements which might tease their customers with dreamy pictures. This would lead to their undesired waste of money and even great regret afterwards.


On the other hand, an increasing number of inhabitants are in favor of shopping through social media sites. First, it is straightforward for people to research into commodities, meaning that they could find previous buyers’ reviews and their first-hand experiences, which would contribute to their effective decisions. For example, when ordering some items on Shopee – an online shopping platform, I was fortunate to possess an authentic lipstick because of the reliable evaluations from the Shopee app’s earlier customers. Second, it would give people opportunity to shop 24/7 and they might not be required to go to physical stores. This is more likely to help saving a great deal of time for those whose busy lifestyles can prevent them from visiting the supermarkets and shopping centers on a regular basis. With the touch of my fingertips, a wide range of products could be bought and delivered to their own home as soon as possible.


In conclusion, while there are some ramifications of purchasing goods on the Internet, I believe that this trend would bring increasingly valuable results.

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Buying things on the Internet, such as books, air tickets and groceries, is becoming more and more popular. Do the advantages of shopping in this way outweigh the disadvantages?
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An increasing number of people are buying what they need online. What are the advantages and disadvantages for both individuals and companies to shopping online?
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It is true that (Avoid these dummy-it clauses in your essay. It only distracts. It is meaningless, unless you are warning the reader that you might write things that are false! So they have to be forewarned and on the lookout for your false statements. ) Online shopping has been becoming more popular just about everywhere that there are internet access points. in vogue in various countries. (What countries did you have in mind? ) While this trend may have several drawbacks, I would argue that it is beneficial for individuals who to purchase products by means of computers or mobile phones to some extent. (That is quite meaningless. You need to be more specific. )

On the one hand, the tendency (I do not think you mean "tendency" here. - You mean the act of buying something.) of shopping on the Internet might have (Well, does it or doesn't it? This is quite vague.) a large number of tremendous impacts (Do you mean for the good or for bad?) on its (Wrong pronoun usage. There is no antecedent but "internet", and nobody buys the internet.) purchasers. First, Firstly, there is a high risk of fraud; in particular, criminals are more likely (You seem to avoid making any definite statement at all. It is not good for your argument points.) to use online selling sites in order to steal people’s money by putting outrageous charges on their credit cards and not sending any products to the customer. via their credit card details. To take my mother as an example, because of her carelessness, she had provided retailers with her personal information involving including her bank account number and her date of birth before examining their reliability and security. Therefore, a sum of money was withdrawn from her account and could not be recovered. Second, . Secondly, it is clear that shoppers tend to often make unnecessary purchases because they could not resist the temptation of advertisements which might tease their customers with dreamy pictures. This would lead to their undesired results in a waste of money and even great regret afterwards.


On the other hand, an increasing number of people inhabitants (wrong usage) are in favor of shopping through social media sites. First, it is straightforward for people to research any kind of product, from an electronic device to a t-shirt or tyres for their motorbike. They can read into commodities, (wrong usage) meaning that they could find previous buyers’ reviews and their first-hand experiences, which would contribute to their effective decisions. For example, when ordering some items on Shopee – an online shopping platform, I was fortunate to order a luscious tube of possess an authentic (very odd) lipstick because of the reliable evaluations from the Shopee app’s earlier customers. Second, it would give people opportunity to can shop 24/7 from the comfort of their own homes. and they might not be required to Since they do not have to go to physical stores, This is more likely to help (This is still too wishy-washy and feeble..) they save a great deal of time. And that is especially valuable for those whose busy lifestyles can prevent them from visiting the supermarkets and shopping centers on a regular basis. With the touch of my fingertips, a wide range of products could be bought and delivered to their own home as soon as possible.


In conclusion, while there are some risks involved with ramifications of purchasing goods on the Internet, I believe that this trend would bring brings increasingly valuable results.

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