Payments

How can I pay?

We always strive to provide our customers with local payment options, including credit and debit cards, digital wallets, direct debit, and Buy Now Pay Later options. If one of your preferred payments options is missing, please let us know. We may be able to quickly add it. Here are some of the ways you can usually pay:

Payment Options

What do I do if I think I was charged twice?

You can call us or chat with us here. We'll sort it out for you. Here's what it is likely happening though: sometimes when our customers decide to add a warranty to protect their product, we list the warranty purchase as a separate transaction.

Is it safe to make a purchase?

Yes! When you make purchases online on our site, we always safeguard your payment data. That’s why there is an image of a padlock 🔒 next to the domain address.

In order to do that, we always use an SSL Certificate. There are two easy methods of determining whether a website has SSL certification. First, an icon of a locked padlock should be present in the URL bar at the top of your web browser. Second, another method of identifying a website with an SSL Certification is the domain name:

 

Secure websites begin with: https://

Unsecured websites begin with: http://

 

An SSL (secure sockets layer) is an encryption method that all online retailers who deal with credit or debit card details must have. An SSL encryption stops hackers from accessing your personal or financial information, ensuring your details are secure and safe.

The padlock icon 🔒 means that the site is using encrypted communications to secure any information you submit to it. The “s” in “https” also means that communications between the website and your computer or mobile are secure and encrypted. You should only buy from sites with “https” on their check-out page.

What currencies do you accept?

Currently we accept USD, GBP and EUR. Please note that the currency we charge you in is indicated on the checkout page.

There may be additional charges or fees from your bank for the currency conversion.