We accept  Payment  via PayPal , Google Pay , Apple Pay , &  major credit cards  ( Visa,  Mastercard  and more ) 

All online transactions are handled with industry-standard 256-bit SSL encryption. What does this mean? When you enter your credit card number into the order form, it is transmitted across the Internet in an encrypted (scrambled) form, then decoded (unscrambled) when it gets to the server for authorization. Our system does not store credit card information after validation is complete.

You can tell that you are in secure mode by the following:

• The “http” in the web address will be replaced by “https”.

• Depending on the browser, you will see either a padlock or a solid key in the lower section of the browser window.

Only browsers that use the 256-bit Secure Socket Layer technology are able to order through our websites. If your browser does not support SSL, you can get an upgrade at Microsoft’s or Netscape’s home page.

While we implement these and other security measures on our sites, please note that 100% security is not always possible. You play a role in protecting your information as well. Because your password permits access to your personal information, please keep your password secret and do not disclose it to others.

Do you accept Cash on Delivery (COD)?

No, all orders must be paid in full in advance of shipping. 

Having trouble making a payment? 

Please contact your bank to ensure your card is set up to support international transactions. 

Do you charge sales taxes?

We do not charge taxes, duties, or customs clearance fees. Shipping charges paid on our website are not inclusive of duties/fees that may be applicable in your country.  These charges are the buyer’s responsibility. The buyer is also responsible for obtaining information regarding their country’s laws, regulations, and restrictions that may apply when purchasing our products.

The Value Added Tax (VAT) rules in the European Union (EU*), including the United Kingdom, were amended and changes became effective as of July 1, 2021. Previously, low-value imported goods (value of up to €22) were exempt from VAT. As of July 1st, all commercial goods imported into the EU will be subject to VAT and will require a formal customs declaration. Please find more details in this link  *European Union (EU) countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.

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