Payment Methods

Payment methods include Credit cards.

As a global payment solution, credit cards are the most common way for customers to pay online. Merchants can reach out to an international market with credit cards, by integrating a payment gateway into their business.

There are about two credit cards per man, woman, and child in the US, and among those who have credit cards, the average is about 3.5 cards per credit cardholder. Credit card issuers are typically banks and credit unions, and they have done a great job popularizing this method of payment by marketing various credit cards to different segments of the consumer population.

1) After viewing your items on your shopping cart page, you will need to enter your credit card information in order to pay for your item.
2) After payment is complete you’ll get return information about order processing.

It usually takes no longer than 10 seconds for the transaction to complete.

The reasons why we suggest you use Credit Cards:
Cards’ popularity as online payment methods was built on the protection features offered – card transactions have been regulated for many years by global or regional compliance standards and also by consumer protections issued by payment processors, such as those upheld by American Express, Mastercard, and Visa.

The store only accepts credit cards for payment. In order to accept credit card payments, the store complies with the industry security standards established by the major credit card companies (American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, and Visa) to protect the buyers from cardholder information theft.

All credit card information is kept to a minimum. The storage and retention of any credit card information are limited to what is required for business operations only. Access to credit card information is strictly limited to those employees who are authorized and trained to use it for business purposes.


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