(WPRI) - More and more retailers are offering electronic receipts, which are sent directly to either an email address or a phone number.
While it might seem more convenient and environmentally friendly, there are a few downsides to the service.
For example, often these retailers will sell your information to someone else for marketing purposes.
In order to avoid any negative side-effects, talk to the cashier at checkout.
If the company will sell to a third party, expect plenty of spam. On the other hand, if they themselves plan to use your info for marketing reasons, see if you can opt-out.
As a general rule of thumb, if the item is for someone else, ask for a gift receipt.
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