You should definitely take special care if you click on an Internet advertisement that uses an auto responder. On certain websites believe me, these can be found. In some cases they are perfectly safe, while in other cases, they can ruin you financially if you are not aware of the fine print or specific questions they might ask.
Unfortunately, there are too many predators and those who would love to try and steal your identity; that lurk on the Internet right along with the decent people as well. So, if you are asked for say your home address, and phone number where you can be reached, you need to consider if you really want to give this information out. Auto responders so they say are for high volume Internet advertisements as well as Internet web sites, and some of them are just fine, still others are not on the level, and only want access to your information.
This is sad because so many people are purchasing items on the Internet today. This is a technical generation. This is partly why there are so many Internet advertisements on the Internet now. I don't understand however, the use of the auto responder for the use of the Internet advertisements we see. Its not like we don't have enough of a responsibility to keep our personal information as undisclosed as we can. And in many cases, these Internet advertisements that use the auto responders are not on a secure page, or site. This however, should send red flags up to everyone.
Internet advertising is on the rise, and it is no wonder. Almost every home in the United States today has some kind of access to the Internet. But as for these Internet advertisements with the use of auto responders the best thing one could possibly do to preserve their information, is see if they can do a search on the Internet advertisement material and see if there's not an actual website you can go to, instead of having to use the auto responder at all. By doing this, the website may in fact, be secure and this is much better is they are asking for information wouldn't you think. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being cautious.
And by chance, if there is nothing that comes up within your search on the Internet advertisement you were looking at which was using the auto responder it then gives you the awareness that providing your information was definitely not a good idea, and could definitely be a mistake.
Believe it or not, its usually websites or different areas on the Internet that use the auto responders. Not the Internet advertisements and banners you will find on any specific website you are currently on. For example if you are a gaming website and an Internet advertisement comes up for clothing or household things, but yet it uses an auto responder, there's a problem somewhere. Something just doesn't fit, so remember to think about these things, when looking over Internet advertisements.