Oversplurged during MCO? Take charge of your online shopping


Expert say some people can get reeled into online shopping as a way of coping with changes during the pandemic such as job loss, dealing with isolation or lack of physical contact. — Website vector created by stories - www.freepik.com

During the first month of the movement control order (MCO) last year, account manager Jazreena Rafiq, 30, noticed that her appetite for online shopping had grown.

She only used to buy online out of necessity but being trapped in the house made her spend more time on multiple shopping platforms.

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