Amazon and Wal Mart Online Shopping Hit With Massive Traffic

November 24, 2006 by Chuck | 2 Comments

It’s turning “Black” for online shoppers even before “Cyber Monday”. Crowds can even affect online shopping.  

Shoppers at Amazon.com yesterday and Wal-Mart.com today faced problems because of massive traffic surges.

Also: a new consumer warning out says that if you want to buy a “gift card” you should get one from a store that keeps gift cards behind the counter…at least if these cards let you shop online.

If the cards are left out, scammers are copying the numbers down before the cards are sold.

When the card is activated, thieves use the cards to shop online with the gift cards.

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  • fin212 on January 30th, 2007 at 5:22 pm

    You would think these big stores would have more sense and put the gift catds in a safe place ,not where evry person that is being served can see them.

  • shannon on August 10th, 2007 at 2:59 am

    Online shopping is still a growing business. It has one of the highest potential for a business. Now wonder that they have these high numbers. Amazon and walmart are big companies, they both dominate the online shopping business and still growing. Take for example the walmart, they are still growing and they have now affiliate stores such as the http:www.rollingpricesback.com. I think more traffic is yet to come.

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