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Conduct online transactions

What are the benefits/issues related to online transactions?
This course shares the ease and simplicity of paying by card and highlights how it scores over payment by cheque/cash. Online transactions not only increase sales profits by giving access to wider customer base but also bring convenience to customers, as the cash no longer limits them. With a little vigilance and caution, online transactions are a blessing of the e-world that speed up processes at the point of sale by reducing cash handling and thus errors related to it. This course makes a conscious effort to address all aspects of online transactions including:

• All hardware components description for the first time merchant/customer
• Key features/benefits of online transactions
• Handy hints for storing voucher receipts as an evidence of transactions
• A checklist to educate sales staff that they should use at opportune times
• A checklist for both merchants and customers to safeguard themselves against fraud
• A number of tips and recommendations for the merchants to protect their business against fraudulent customers/transactions.

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Contacts

  • Unit 5, 17 Foley Street
    Balcatta WA 6021

    Phone: + 61 8 9344 4088
    Fax: + 61 8 9344 4188
    Email: info@aamctraining.edu.au

System Requirements

  • What computer and software will be needed?
    • Windows XP or Linux based computer with internet connection.
    •  Internet Explorer 8.0 and above OR Mozilla Firefox
    •  Quick Time Player 4 and above
    •  Acrobat reader 6 and above
    •  Adobe Flash Player
    Download speeds
    •  Min 2 Mbps or above speed is required for running video

Latest Reviews for Conduct online transactions
  • Informative great if your working behind the counter in a store, let's hope some of these kids at the coles stores are practicing these principles.
    Christopher Victoria