Which forms of payment can I use?
We accept payment by PayPal.
How secure is shopping? Is my data protected?
Your data will be handled confidentially and encrypted with SSL (Secure-Socket-Layer) secure server software. Any third party cannot read your order’s encrypted information, name, address, credit card, or bank details. Credit card payments will also be verified through the 3D secure procedure.
Pay with Paypal
Paypal offers Buyer protection and favors consumers by providing a secure gateway and good refund policies. That is why we advocate using Paypal to complete your transactions here safely without credit card risks.
If you have a Paypal account, just checkout with Paypal and log in to complete your purchase accordingly. We accept PayPal payments. When you checkout with PayPal, you will be redirected to the PayPal payment page, where you have two options:
1. If you have a PayPal account, you can confirm your payment by logging in with your PayPal username and password.
2. If you don’t have a PayPal account, you can click the “Pay with Debit or Credit Card” button, and you’ll be redirected to a secure page to complete your payment via PayPal without creating an account.
TROUBLESHOOTING PAYPAL PAYMENTS
Depending on several factors, you could run into problems when paying at PayPal. Some common issues are:
1) I am not getting redirected to PayPal at all
Your browser’s PayPal cookies might be messed up; you may try deleting your cookies to fix this <- Please Try This Step Very Important.
2) PayPal is not accepting my credit card
Please double-check the data you entered at PayPal’s form. If everything is correct, the chances are that you do own a PayPal account and that your credit card is associated with that PayPal account. If this is the case, you will only be able to pay with that card by logging into your PayPal account. If this is too much trouble, then try paying with a different credit card.
3) I can’t find a “Pay with Debit or Credit Card?” option
Unfortunately, PayPal does not allow direct credit card payments in all cases. Sometimes it is because of your location, or sometimes PayPal might believe by checking your browser’s cookies that you own a PayPal account. You might try deleting your cookies to get around this.