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Bargain Warehouse – Postage & Packaging
PayPal – Send money by email at no cost to the sender. This is our preferred method of payment. Unlike some mail order sellers we don’t charge extra for you to pay this way!.
PayPal is one of the largest online payment processors in the world. After rising to prominence through its partnership with Ebay, online merchants all across the Internet accept PayPal as one of their accepted methods of payments.
Those who have never used PayPal may wonder why so many people use it as their only way to pay for online purchases.
If an eligible item that you’ve bought online doesn’t arrive, or doesn’t match the seller’s description, PayPal’s Buyer Protection may reimburse you for the full amount of the item plus postage. Buyer Protection can cover your eligible online purchases, on eBay or on any other website, when you use PayPal. Conditions apply.
Telephone Payments By
Credit / Debit Cards – We accept Credit / Debit Cards. Please call us on 01642 252547 if you wish to pay using this method.
The new standard in online payments
Stripe is the best software platform for running an internet business. We handle billions of dollars every year for forward-thinking businesses around the world.Born out of a desire to remove the “pain” from payment processing, Stripe has achieved this goal by creating a payment processing option that’s beautiful, simple, and (dare I say) fun to use. Those of you with experience with some of the conventional payment gateways are probably questioning the use of the words “fun” and “payment processing” in the same sentence, and having implemented solutions in a number of the most common traditional gateways (I’ll let you guess who) I can fully understand the sentiment. Inscrutable, incomplete or downright incorrect documentation, drawn-out and opaque sign-up processes, high fixed monthly costs or minimum transaction requirements, and complex integrations are only some of the joys commonly experienced with the old school processors, and fortunately avoided with Stripe.