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We accept most major credit and debit cards for online orders and you'll be asked to enter your card details and the name and address of the card holder when you place your order. We'll then check your details and we may hold an order until we receive the correct details. Don't worry, we'll contact you if there's a problem with your card or address.

Credit and Debit Cards                      

You can use any of the listed card types below to pay for your order:

For security purposes you may be asked to verify the transaction via 3DSecure authentication and this is in line with industry standards and complies with the regulation for PSD2. 3DSecure is authentication process which offers an extra layer of security to protect you whilst shopping online. If 3DSecure applies, then when you click 'Pay Securely Now' you will be presented with a box from your Bank. This will either ask you to enter your 3Dsecure password (this being the one you already have set up with your bank) or to enter an authentication code (that will automatically be sent to you via the preference your bank has stored for you). After you have entered the correct details, your transaction should be approved, and your order will be confirmed as standard.

If you choose to edit stored card information, you will be re-prompted for CVV verification (confirming the last 3 digits on the signature strip of a Visa/MasterCard, or last 4 digits on an American Express card), before this amendment can be processed.

PayPal

PayPal is a simple, quick and secure way of paying online, all you need is a PayPal account. For more details go to the PayPal website (please note that orders paid for using PayPal will be charged in full, which includes the cost of any out of stock items).

To pay by PayPal simply follow the steps below:
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