Secure Payment With PayPal

All our payments by payment cards are processed via PayPal which delivers one of the most secure payment platforms in the world.

You do not need a PayPal account.

All sensitive information sent between your computer and PayPal systems is automatically encrypted, ensuring your information is kept private.

Once you proceed to Checkout, PayPal verifies that your Internet browser is running Secure Sockets Layer 3.0 (SSL) or higher. Information is protected by SSL with an encryption key length of 168 bits.

Please note: we do not store any payment card details on our website.

Paying by Payment Card

We accept all major payment cards including Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, American Express, Solo and Discover.

  1. Click on the product you want on the website and then click 'Add to Cart' to add the item to your shopping Cart
  2. Click 'Checkout' to proceed to Checkout or continue shopping if you wish to add more items to your Cart
  3. Create your account or log in if you are already registered
  4. Enter your delivery and billing address, click 'Continue'
  5. Choose 'PayPal' as your payment method (pay with your PayPal account and payment cards), click 'Continue'
  6. Check all the details provided and click 'Confirm Order'
  7. Enter your billing information on the left side of the screen; click 'Review Order and Continue' and follow on-screen instructions

Paying by PayPal Account

  1. Click on the product you want on the website and then click 'Add to Cart' to add the item to your shopping Cart
  2. Click 'Checkout' to proceed to Checkout or continue shopping if you wish to add more items to your Cart
  3. Create your account or log in if you are already registered
  4. Enter your delivery and billing address, click 'Continue'
  5. Choose 'PayPal' as your payment method (pay with your PayPal account and payment cards), click 'Continue'
  6. Check all the details provided and click 'Confirm Order'
  7. Enter login information on the right side of the screen to login to your PayPal account and follow on-screen instructions

Secure payments by PayPal

Your payment for purchase is processed securely by PayPal. Here are some of the ways that PayPal keeps your information secure:

  • Use of industry-leading encryption and fraud prevention tools.
  • PayPal don't share your financial information with the merchant.
  • PayPal send you a confirmation email when you make a payment.

Want to get even more from PayPal?

When you sign up for a PayPal account, you get the same industry-leading security we use to process all our payments and these advantages:

  • You can pay easily and securely with your bank account or credit card at thousands of online stores.
  • You don't need to dig out your credit card every time you pay. You save your details in your PayPal account so you don't have to enter them again and again.
  • PayPal offers buyer protection on eligible transactions for up to the full purchase price.

How Does a Payment Gateway Work?

Payment Gateways are software and servers that transmit Transaction information to Acquiring Banks and responses from Issuing Banks (such as whether a transaction is approved or declined). Essentially, Payment Gateways facilitate communication within banks.

Security is an integral component of all payment gateways, as sensitive data such as Credit Card Numbers need to be protected from any fraudulent parties. The card associations have created a set of rules and security standards which must be followed by anyone with access to card information including gateways. This set of rules and security standards is called the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS or PCI).

Submitting an order is usually completed using HTTPS protocol, which securely communicates personal information through the parties involved in the Transaction. Many Payment Providers, enable Merchants with added options when a cardholder purchases a service or product. Aside from providing the ability for real-time transactions, these providers can help to translate currencies between two parties in different countries, as well as bridge language and payment methods. Payment gateways usually charge those who use them a per transaction fee.