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Payment Options - Direct Debit, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, and PayPal through Express Checkout

Here are our methods of payment we accept:


Direct Debit

We allow Direct Debit, the easiest and best way to pay. We comply with the Direct Debit Guarantee. Direct Debit is a simple, safe and convenient way to manage your bills or make regular or occasional payments from your bank account. You agree with Laws Hosting the amount to be collected and the date of payment. From then on the amount will be deducted from your account as agreed. If we need to change the amount or collection date, we will notify you first.
For more information, see our Direct Debit Articles



Credit/Debit cards


Cards accepted are Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Solo and Discover if using Paypal without an account.
When using Stripe, you can use Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, and Diners Club.



PayPal

Additional Options

We accept payments by PayPal. Cards accepted are Visa, Mastercard, Maestro and Solo.


Bank Transfer


As soon as we receive the confirmation of the due sum has been paid on our account, and that it exactly corresponds to your order, we activate/renew your service.

Please contact us by opening a ticket or email billing[@]laws-hosting.co.uk to request our bank details.

Attention: do not forget to indicate your order number in the "Reference" field of the banking operation. Without this piece of information, your payment may not be validated since we will not be able to allocate it.

Please note that a payment by bank transfer takes at least 3 working days before being processed.



Cheques


We do not officially accept cheques, however, if a cheque is really necessary, please make them out to "Mr P Laws", quoting the invoice number on the back. Also, secure it in the envelope as we have had instances where the cheques were missing. Please note that there will be a £1.50 processing fee on top if you wish to send us a cheque. Also note that we will need to let cheques clear before any provisioning or re-enabling accounts.