Payment Methods

Accepted Payment Methods:

Notes on Credit Cards and Debit Cards Payment:

We accept international VISA and MasterCard as long as the credit card passes through our fraud screening system.

We accept American Express, JCB, Diners Club, Visa Debit, and Electron from select countries.

Our system will automatically show your country's appropriate card options on the checkout page.

You will be redirected to a third-party credit/debit card payment partner's website to finish the payment.

Notes on Paypal:

Shop and pay online quickly and securely with your PayPal account.

We accept PayPal from selected countries.

Our system will automatically show PayPal as a payment option at checkout for customers from selected countries.

Exchange loss may occur if the currency of your PayPal account is not the same as on our website.


PayPal Payment Process Guide

Step 1:

(as shown in Pic 1)

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Step 2:

Click “Proceed to Checkout” at section 1 to enter PayPal payment (as shown in Pic 2).

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The steps to bind Paypal credit card payment on the website are as follows:

①Q: How to link credit or debit cards to my PayPal?

A: 1、Login account

②Add a credit or debit card

As shown in red, click the plus sign, enter your personal information to add a credit card, choose the payment methods. Please refer to the following figure 1.2.3 for the usage steps.

Q:Is there a video tutorial for binding a bank card?

A:Refer to the Paypal tutorial for details(Video 1 is for Binding a bank card)

Q:How to bind a bank card on Paypal mobile terminal?

A:You can also add a debit or credit card via the PayPal app on your phone. The steps are as follows(Video 2 is for Binding a bank card)

Q:How to bind a bank card manually ?

A:If you add the card manually, enter the debit or credit card information and click Manually link card .(Video 3 is for Binding a bank card)

Q:How to process credit card verification?

A:In some cases, we may require you to verify your card information to ensure that you are the cardholder. If you see a "Verify Credit Card " link in the card details section of your PayPal wallet, you need to verify your card before you can use it with PayPal. If you don't see this link, you can start using your card now.

Q:Complete the following steps

A:1、Here's how to verify your card:

PayPal will charge your card a small fee and generate a verification code to display on your card statement. We will refund this fee to your card as soon as the card is verified. Your card issuer will credit the charge to your card balance within 30 days of the refund date.

This charge will appear on your card statement with a 4-digit code and the words PAYPAL next to it. If you check your card statement online, you can check the code a few days later. Alternatively, check the code on the next statement you receive.

2、Enter this code to verify your card

Have your 4-digit PayPal code ready and follow these steps:

Q: There was an error trying to link my credit or debit card. Why?

A:If you receive an error message when trying to link your credit or debit card to your PayPal account, it may be due to the following reasons:

Credit/Debit Card Payment Process Guide

Step 1:

(as shown in Pic 1)

Pic 1

Step 2:

Click “Proceed to Checkout” at section 2 to enter credit card payment (as shown in Pic 2).

Pic 2

Step 3:

①Fill in the your information at section 1 according to your billing address details, check section 2 (shipping address is the same as billing address), then you do not need to fill in the information at section 3 (shipping address), and choose “Credit/Debit Card” payment at section 4 (as shown in Pic 3).

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②Fill in your credit/debit card information at section 2 after selecting Credit/Debit Card payment method, and click “Place Order Now” at section 3 to pay your order (as shown in Pic 4).

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③The following is the page of payment success (see Pic 5), as section 1 shows that order completed successfully, section 2 shows the order number of the successful payment, and section 3 displays the shipping information filled in by the user.

Pic 5