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Accepted Payment Methods

At this moment, we accept the following payment forms:

Credit Card

We accept payments through all major credit cards. These include Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover and Diners Club. We can accept both debit and credit cards as well gift and prepaid cards, as long as they are one of the above types.

For example, if you have a debit card, it will be accepted as long as it has the Visa or MasterCard logo.

PayPal

We are happy to accept PayPal. PayPal is accepted through our shopping cart or customer account system only. We can’t accept direct transfers from your PayPal account into ours.

Bitcoin

We are open to new technologies and embrace them. This is why you can also pay with Bitcoins. Payments through Bitcoins will be processed automatically at the daily exchange rate. Please note that it can take between 20 to 40 minutes for your Bitcoin payment to be applied.

Check and Wire Transfers

Please contact the billing department if you prefer to arrange your payments using checks or wire transfers. We also accept Western Union. Select the Bank option as payment for your invoice or in the checkout process.

Important: The bank options are manual payment methods; it may take several days for your payment to be accredited. Additional fees and minimums could also apply.

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