I was looking online to buy the movie Sabrina with Harrison Ford. To my surprise, I discovered You Tube rents and sells movies. I pressed the tab as though to go forward to buy or rent it and sure enough it's done with a credit card. Is that a sure-fire way to have one's credit card info stolen -- or is it somehow safe to use?
...i'm sure it is...i have been using netflicks for a few years and haven't had a problem...it's cheap too around $8.00 a month.
Thanks for replying, SomewayOuttaHere. But I'm not meaning Netflicks. I'm meaning YouTube. I have tried Netflicks off and on because I like their documentaries. But You Tube just seems like it's not very secure to be putting one's credit card out there and yet I'm thinking millions of people probably do it, so if it was so dangerous to do we surely would have heard about it already. I don't know.
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