HOW TO PAY - PAYMENT TYPES

Ways you can pay, how it works.

IN PERSON

We are on site, how do you pay us

We use a mobile card reader linked to our PayPal account:

Most card types - Visa/ Mastercard/ Debit/Credit cards

Chip & PIN, Swipe also

Contactless or Mobile pay (limit£30)

We can take cash but prefer electronic payment. It will just be logged into out accounting using the card reader, as a cash payment

BY INVOICE + ONLINE

We Invoice you by email

The invoice will have our bank details on it, so you can pay using Online Banking or your mobile bank app, directly from your account.

The invoice will have a link to other methods of payment - it can take you to PayPal, so you can either pay with money you have in your PayPal account, or use one of your linked cards.

Or if you don't have a PayPal account, you can set one up and then pay using a card, or you can select Debit/Credit card to just pay using a card without an account, just like if you were online shopping.

Advantages to using a PayPal account with linked cards? When paying or shopping for things, your cards are hidden behind the PayPal interface, they handle the transaction transfer.

For security reasons, only follow links, and only make payments online when you know what it is for and who is sending the link. We would never send a payment request without prior discussion or contact with you.

PAYPAL REQUEST FOR FUNDS/PAYMENT

On the rare occasion, if there is a need, for a Deposit or  advance payment

If a deposit or advance payment is needed to be taken, then in that instance a PayPal request for payment may be sent, by mobile or email.

This will include a link to allow you to pay, like the Invoice link above, by going online and using your PayPal account or a Debit or Credit card to pay the amount.

This would only be requested after discussion with you, and with the knowledge you had the ability to make the payment ask for.

For security reasons, only follow links, and only make payments online when you know what it is for and who is sending the link. We would never send a payment request without prior discussion or contact with you.