The Benefits of Car Rental Reservations Online

Posted by: admin  :  Category: Automotive

Written by Andys Rent-A-Car

Finding good deals on car rental services could be overwhelming with the number of choices available to customers online. Prior to trips visitors might find themselves spending a large amount of time browsing for the best deals on the web. However, several benefits can be reaped by placing reservations online.

  1. Time Gain

Browsing online constitutes of a good time gain. It enables the customer to understand how the provider functions. The customer would also be able to compare car types, fees, prices and locations. Making reservations online would also constitute of a time gain at the moment of landing at the location where the customer would not have to carry out additional paper work.

  1. Discounts and Car Rental Loyalty Programs

Booking car rentals online might also give customers access to various discounts and loyalty programs if they are returning customers. Some particularly discounts might be available during certain seasons or time of the year. Some rental companies adopt a system of points tracking and the accumulation of a certain amount of points makes the customer eligible for certain rates.

  1. Additional Services

Booking your car reservation online would also allow you to opt for additional services such as GPS or baby seats. Making these specifications beforehand might enable the rental company to give you the best service.

Andy’s Rent A Car provides Cayman car rentals  services and has a large choice of vehicles at the disposal of customers. Customers would also be able to enjoy discounts on Grand Cayman car rentals.

Security features of Apple Pay

Posted by: elegant  :  Category: Ecommerce

With hackers making havoc on the Internet, protecting your personal information is important more than ever. Apple has taken a new leap of faith and introduced Apple Pay with its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. However, Apple has taken extraordinary measures to protect your privacy and personal information.

Unlike PayPal, neither Apple nor merchants store or see your private information. When setting up your Apple Pay you take a photo of your credit card and store it in iPhone’s Passbook. Information is encrypted and the information is kept only as a device account number and stored in the phone’s Secure Element Chip. It is called a cryptogram. Hackers can’t use the information to generate a cryptogram. This technology is known as EMV (Europay MasterCard and Visa) and widely used in credit card transactions in Europe. What if you lose your phone? Is your personal information vulnerable?

This is where Apple Pay as well as iPhone is miles in front of other mobile devices that uses mobile payment pioneer PayPal and others. If iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus is lost, you can go to Find My iPhone feature and put the phone on “lost mode.” Better yet, using the same feature you can wipeout all your stored personal information completely.