Turn Of This Amazon Feature To Control Your Spending

A portion of the sign advertising Amazon Go is seen outside the grocery store's location on June 16, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Amazon announced that it will buy Whole Foods Market, Inc. for over $13 billion dollars.
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By 98.5 KTK

Online shopping is easy. Perhaps it is too easy considering shopping online went up 18% this year thanks to coronavirus and the relative ease and speed of spending money.  Amazon’s patented 1-Click shopping literally but whatever item you are looking at in one mouse click. Considering about 69% of items in an online shopping cart are abandoned at checkout, it is a smart business move for the online titan. So if you are remorseful about MANY of your online purchases, you should consider turning off this 1-click ordering. In your Amazon account, look for “Accounts and Lists” on the top right of your screen, and select “My Account” in the drop-down menu. Then, on the lower left of your screen, under “Ordering and shopping preferences,” click on “1-Click settings.” You’ll be taken to the “My Payments” screen; the option to disable 1-Click will be in the top right corner. Considering most money experts recommend waiting 24 hours before purchasing items as a good way to control impulse spending, it may be a good move on your part especially as the holidays approach.

SOURCE: Two Cents

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