Our website is hosted by the eCommerce platform MIVA with payments provided by Braintree from PayPal. Braintree payments is not hosted directly on our website and uses an iFrame to connect directly with the Braintree / PayPal payment gateway. This means that we do not store your card details on our site, instead using the PayPal system to store everything securely. This also ensures we are 100% PCI compliant.

Paying By Card.

When you reach the checkout section you can select to pay using one of the various supported card payment methods:



When you select to pay by card, you will then see this screen which is hosted by Braintree to enter your card details and complete the checkout.



Paying By PayPal.

Alternatively you can select the PayPal option when you reach checkout. This will then direct you to the PayPal site to complete the transaction before returning you to the AVT site at the end.



Declined Transactions.

Transactions can be declined due to issues with overseas shipping addresses, ZIP code mismatch, or where a shipping / billing address do not match. Please contact us if you are having issues processing a payment and we can try to help resolve these or suggest an alternative method of payment.

If you are having issues with credit card authorisation or do not have a credit card we would suggest you create a PayPal account, add funds to it directly (or link it ot your bank account) and then checkout on our site using PayPal.

Payment By Bank Transfer

Our final payment method available if all of the above fail is a direct bank (wire) transfer. Please contact us for our bank details if you would like to pay this way, and please note that this method does take longer and could delay your order from shipping by up to a week or more while payment clears.

Currency Conversions.

We're a US based company so all transactions are handled in USD/$$ and then converted to your local currency by your credit card provider. Any issues with currency conversions are outside of our control. Any refunds will be issued directly in USD/$$ for the same amount that you paid for the product in question, but again due to currency changes the exact amount you receive may be different to what you paid.