While community members who use Oforo have success with buying, selling, renting or connecting with others. Here are several safety guidelines to help make sure that your usage of oforo.com is safe.
It is important that we help keep our community members safe from people attempting to scam or defraud them and the best way to address this problem is to ensure that all transactions take place locally and in-person.
We request you to take the following precautions :
When buying or selling, you should meet in-person to see the product.
Learn as much as you can about who you are meeting or trading with before you complete the transaction Oforo is all about local transactions.
Never send or wire money to sellers or buyers
This includes never mailing a cheque or using wire payment services to pay for items found on Oforo.
Be wary of Users
Users with no reliable contact information, who respond slowly or not at all.
Oforo does not offer any sort of buyer protection
Any emails or websites that talk about such systems are scams, even if they have the Oforo logo. If you receive any emails promoting these services, please forward the message to us.
Never provide your banking information
Do not share your banking details (e.g. credit card number) with others.
Protect personal information (Including Given @ on www.oforo.com)
Do not share your personal details unless you know the other person and want them to visit you. Also never give out your Oforo password, even if asked to do so in an email supposedly sent by Oforo.
Make yourself aware of common scams and fraud
Do not believe the promise of large sums of money for your help in any task.
Use common sense
If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is not.
Don't believe everything you read online. People may post false or misleading information about various topics, including their own identities. This is not necessarily done with malicious intent; it could be unintentional, an exaggeration, or a joke. Take appropriate precautions, though, and try to verify the authenticity of any information before taking any action
Use strong passwords
Protect your account with passwords that cannot easily be guessed. If your password is compromised, someone else may be able to access your account and pretend to be you.
Keep software, particularly your web browser, up to date
Install software updates so that attackers cannot take advantage of known problems or vulnerabilities. Many operating systems offer automatic updates. If this option is available, you should enable it.
Use and maintain anti-virus software
Anti-virus software helps protect your computer against known viruses, so you may be able to detect and remove the virus before it can do any damage. Because attackers are continually writing new viruses, it is important to keep your definitions up to date.