|By PR Newswire||
|January 14, 2013 08:36 AM EST||
RICHMOND, Va., Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Enymity has brought anonymity to the Internet and has revolutionized the way ecommerce transactions are being completed. Enymity does this by acting as a middleman for the consumer wanting to purchase products and services from the Internet. The purchasing process is facilitated by Enymity for the consumer. This is how it works; consumers first find the product or service they want to purchase, then gather the needed information to describe it to Enymity on their website, such as a screen shot, a sku # or item # along with the website URL address. Once Enymity receives the order, they go and purchase the item or service using their bank accounts and name and can even facilitate the shipping and handling, creating the first way a consumer can purchase any legal item they desire without the worry of anyone ever knowing they did. This is what Enymity calls the "Secrecy of Purchase," allowing the consumer to retain their security, privacy and anonymity when purchasing goods and services from the Internet.
Enymity started out as a business method to solve the problem for consumers of not being able to purchase products and services from the Internet, while simultaneously retaining their 4th Amendment Rights to privacy. The benefit to the additional problem of security and identity fraud was soon realized. If a consumer only gave their credit card information to one entity on the Internet, then they would eliminate the chance of fraud and theft on the Internet, plus they would avoid the high cost of monthly memberships to identity lock and monitoring type business. Naturally, there is a cost associated with the Enymity service, but most clients making just a few purchases a month generally pay less than the identity and bank monitoring company's monthly fees. Another great benefit is consumers do not have to surrender all their personal information to an identity monitoring company to begin with, which once again is another choice taken from the consumer that Enymity has restored.
Enymity is structured to provide the various levels of privacy a consumer may desire. The services offered range from the basic joining of a website service for $4.95 all the way up to their Specialized Service of $49.95 for facilitating the hiring of a private detective or lawyer in a divorce situation or the paying for a dinner companion for a business engagement. The cheapest service of $4.95 is for those consumers who want to join a religious, political, adult or other form of service offered by a website. The consumer simply goes to www.enymity.com and registers and logs on with their anonymous email, preferably a new, recently created one with no name identification, and then they enter the URL website address and the desired purchase information, such as a preferred username and password in the proper fields. The order is placed with Enymity by the consumer paying Enymity the cost of joining the site plus the $4.95 service fee. Once Enymity receives the order, they place the order and then send the customer a "confirmation of purchase" email that includes their username and password to go to the purchased site and log on.
The Specialized Service works similarly but has a few more steps and a more hands on approach.
Enymity's clients come from all walks of life and have various reasons for protecting their privacy, and especially what they purchase, from the prying eye of all the entities recording and documenting their data for mostly nefarious reasons. Clients of Enymity are individuals working in the public eye to individuals in the private sector. Let's face it, everyone has likes and interests they would rather not be known by others and in the worst case for that information to be used against them. If one does not want their bank or credit card company to know what they are buying, does not want to have to submit their financial information to many different and unknown vendors they buy from, or do not want to provide their identity, then www.enymity.com is here to help.
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