Accepted forms of payment
Posted by - NA -, Last modified by Phil Doolan on 26 July 2012 08:15 AM
Obviously as a company we would like to take every form of payment possible, but sometimes an option is not viable due to forces beyond our control.
Credit Cards -
We accept most Visa, Mastercard, Visa Debit cards, Mastercard debit cards, Maestro and some solo cards,
The trouble with card providers is they all have their own rules and they do not make our job easy when trying to comply with them.
Most pre paid cards do not like online purchases and some normal cards do not allow overseas purchases.
When you try to pay with a card, it may fail and it may not be down to no money, it may be down to the terms and conditions your card provider set in place, we have zero control over this and you would have to contact your card provider and see if they can help.
We have no idea and no way to find out if your specific card will work with our system, the only way to find out is to give it a try and if it does not work you will need to use an alternative form of payment, or contact your card provider to see if changes can be made.
But, in the end we have no control over your card provider and their terms and conditions, so please contact them about it, not us as we do not get told anything by them for you protection.
We have added PayPal as a payment option for when you either do not want to use a credit card or you do not have one.
If you want to find out about whether you could use PayPal or not, then you will HAVE to contact PayPal yourself and ask them as they are the only ones who can tell you if it will work, they will not tell us ANYTHING, this is obviously for your protection.
We do not take cheques for payment under any circumstances
Bank Transfer -
We do not accept offers of direct payment under any circumstances
We do not have a high street store, so the option to pay by cash is not available
Promise of payment later -
We do not accept offers under any circumstances
I hope this answers your questions without the need to open a support ticket, but if you need to contact us, feel free.