DIRECT Bank account Transfer
Paying with a checking account when shopping online is a reliable and comfortable mode of payment. Paying with your checking account is a simple process that will allow you more versatility when shopping online.
If you don’t have a credit card, you can pay for products via your checking account or Business account transfer. For more information regarding direct bank account transfer please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cryptocurrency payment gateways allow businesses to accept transactions of cryptocurrencies as payment from customers in exchange for goods or services. These systems accept payments from any country.
You just need to copy our Bitcoin address shared by our team and paste it into a designated field on your wallet. Type in the right amount of bitcoins into the payment box and click ‘send’. Just make sure that you always type in the exact amount as displayed in the payment window. The transaction should be completed in a couple of seconds.
For more information regarding Bitcoin payments please contact us via email at email@example.com.
eCheck / Money Order
An e-check is essentially an electronic payment from your checking account. In order to use an e-check you will need to have the bank’s routing number, your checking account number and of course your name as listed on the account.
Check Payments is a payment gateway that doesn’t require payment to be made online. Orders using Check Payments are set On Hold until payment clears outside of store. You, as the store owner, should confirm that cheques have cleared before processing orders. It’s important to verify that you are paid before shipping an order and marking it Complete.
For more information regarding eCheck/ Money Order payments please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
pay with debit/credit cards
Your debit/credit card makes it easy to use your checking account, and debit/credit cards are accepted almost everywhere. But if you have the option to use a credit/debit card, it’s probably safer to use credit especially when shopping online.
When you pay with a debit card at an in-person retailer, you may be given the option to select either “debit” or “credit” to complete your purchase.
For more information regarding credit/debit cards payments please contact us via email at email@example.com.