Books on Internet Banking
There are many intellectual books on internet banking. There seem to be few that the average person can read and understand. With a little investigation at your local bookstore and online, you can find some fairly recent books that have something to say to the average consumer about internet banking. Scams and Swindles: Phishing, Spoofing, ID Theft, Nigerian Advance Schemes Investment Frauds: How to Recognize and Avoid Rip-Offs in the Internet Age is a book written in plain English and put together by Silver Lake Editors. It is a how-to book of instructions about knowing when you are being taken for a ride. If you read this book, you will get information from crooks who have scammed, people who have been scammed, and cops who have investigated scams.
You will be given worksheets and detailed reports on recognizing internet banking fraud. It is a must-have book for anyone who wants to understand how frauds work. Carrie Mauriello wrote an interesting book titled Net Worth, Using the Internet for Personal Financial Planning. In this book, the author discusses how internet banking services can be used to create wealth. The usual financial concepts are discussed.
Understanding net worth and how to accumulate cash are important ones. Different types of investment vehicles are also mentioned. The difference in this book is that it is all related to internet banking. It is all designed to make it easier to run your finances from your home computer. This not only includes your internet banking savings accounts. It includes stocks and bonds, as well. It is well worth the investment. The Wireless Internet Opportunity for Developing Countries is not a book primarily devoted to internet banking. However, it sheds some light on how internet banking may become more popular in developing countries. It explains that mobile devices are much preferable to installed devices in such countries.
This is because, for anything that involves installation, like a satellite or cable service for internet, people have to wait quite awhile. So, the book suggests, the early users of internet in developing countries will be those who have wireless internet. It stands to reason that these people will use their computers for internet banking as well. If you are up for another serious read, you might find Modern Trends in Global Banking Development informative. This book is a studious report on banking issues that affect the world. It includes a discussion of internet banking. You can also order articles to download from the internet. One article discusses the implications of internet banking on mortgage lending. This article is called "The Forced Evolution of Mortgage Production. (How the Internet Forced Evolution of the Mortgage Banking Industry): An Article from: Mortgage Banking.
" The article claims that internet banking has forever changed mortgage banking. It takes diligence to find pertinent information on internet banking. Much of the information is too outdated to be of any usefulness. A lot of it is written in complex banker's language and words only an internet guru would love. However, there are some books that are interesting to read about the subject of internet banking.