What methods can I use to pay my invoices at 3001Web? Print

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3001Web invoices can be paid for using any of the following methods:

Paypal Standard
You do not need to have a PayPal account to use this method you can also pay with your credit or debit card. If you are going to use PayPal regularly then we suggest you open an account it will speed up the checkout process. Accounts at Paypal are free to set up.

Paypal Checkout
This allows you to pay for your invoices without being redirected to PayPal first. Please note that using this method recurring products will require a paypal subscription. If you do not want a subscription send us a support ticket and we will switch your payment method to Paypal Standard. If we do this you will need to log in and pay your invoices manually.

Credit Or Debit Card
Via the pop-up payment window just select the debit or credit card option. Your card will be processed by PayPal but you will not need a PayPal account.

Direct Debit (UK & US clients only)
If you would like to pay your hosting bills or any other invoices by direct debit and you have a UK or US bank account we provide a direct debit option via GoCardless. This is a very big and very trustworthy company. Their clients include; Funding circle, The Guardian, HM Government, Trip Advisor, bulb, so energy and many more.

Using this method your bank account details are not revealed to us and all billing including for editing work is automatic. We will, of course, tell you when the work we do for you will be billed. No need to remember to log in and pay invoices.

Bank Transfer (Larger Payments Only)
This is available for larger web design invoices only ie payment for a new site or a large site editing job over £100. We do not accept this method for recurring products and services or smaller invoice amounts. If you just send money to our bank account without us knowing about the transaction it will not be automatically matched to your invoice. Payments by bank transfer have to be processed manually by our team.


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