We have recently added the ability to make online payments using the PayPal Online Secure Payments server. This allows you to use your Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or AMEX credit cards or Paypal account to make secure payments to 3D Tech Works.
This includes deposits for orders, order completion payments, or payments for parts and supplies. This feature comes at a cost, however. A surcharge of 3% will be added to your final invoice to cover the Paypal fees associated with using this feature. Note that for large sums of money, this fee can be quite substantial, so if the convenience for you of using this payment method does not outweigh the added fees, please use the standard Bank e-Transfer method of payment, which has no added fees, or, of course, cash.
If you need to use this payment feature, please Contact us for the correct amount that you need to pay, and have your Invoice or Quotation Number ready.
- Then, click the “Pay Now” button below. You will be redirected to Paypal in order to make your payment. Please fill in all fields, so we have sufficient information to make sure the payment goes into the right account. The Description field can have the Invoice or Quotation #. Enter the amount in the field, and make sure the quantity is left as “1”. Then click Continue to go on to your payment method.
- You now have the option of logging into your Paypal account to make the payment, or continuing on to use a credit card. If you want to pay via your Paypal account, enter your Paypal credentials and click Login. If you want to pay by Credit Card, scroll down and click the “Pay with a Credit or Visa Debit card” button
- If you selected the credit card option, you will be redirected to another page where you will need to enter in all information requested. This includes card # and information, your name, billing address for the card, and phone # and email. Ignore the “ship to” box. Check the Privacy checkbox, and then click “Pay Now”
- Follow the prompts and you should get a confirmation by email that your payment has been made. We suggest printing out the page or at the very least writing down the receipt number for your records before closing the page.