Payment Methods

Payment may be made via Visa, Master Card Credit Cards, by Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT), Cash Deposits into our Beds R Us bank account.

Beds R Us Banking Details

Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Tyger Manor
Branch Code: 050410
Account Number: 272373915
Account Name: Beds R Us
Account Type: Cheque Acc

Beds R Us uses DPO (Paygate) as their preferred payment gateway. All payments are secured by an encryption line, which will give you peace of mind that all your Credit Card transactions are secure should you pay with your Credit Card.

Direct Deposit: You can also pay via EFT (ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFER) or direct deposit. EFT has become popular amongst our customers as this allows you to log into your online banking and transfer money into our bank account, or you can fill in a deposit slip and have the amount due paid into our account. Just remember to use your order number as the reference.

Should you pay via EFT, Cash Deposit/ Direct Deposit please mail your Confirmation of Payment through to us.

Here is just some information regarding various payment methods one could have. For your information.

  1. Introduction to Payment Methods: Start by providing a brief overview of the payment methods accepted on your e-commerce website. Common payment methods include credit cards, debit cards, digital wallets (like PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Pay), bank transfers, and cash on delivery (COD).
  2. Credit and Debit Cards: Explain that credit and debit cards are widely used for online payments. Customers can enter their card details, including the card number, expiration date, CVV, and billing address during the checkout process. Mention the types of cards accepted (e.g., Visa, MasterCard, American Express) and any security measures in place (e.g., SSL encryption) to protect their information.
  3. Digital Wallets: Describe digital wallets as convenient and secure alternatives to traditional cards. Explain how they work, including how customers can link their payment methods and use them for quick and hassle-free payments. Mention any promotions or discounts associated with using specific digital wallets on your website.
  4. Bank Transfers: For customers who prefer bank transfers, explain the process. Provide your bank account details, including the account name, account number, and bank name. Mention that customers will need to initiate the transfer from their bank’s online platform and specify the importance of including an order reference or number to ensure accurate processing.
  5. Cash on Delivery (COD): Explain that COD allows customers to pay in cash when their order is delivered. Mention any applicable fees or conditions related to COD payments. Clarify that the payment should be ready in the exact amount when the delivery arrives.
  6. Security Measures: Reassure customers about the security of their payment information. Mention security certificates (e.g., SSL) and compliance with data protection regulations (e.g., GDPR). Encourage customers to look for the padlock symbol in the address bar, indicating a secure connection.
  7. Payment Confirmation: Explain how customers will receive a payment confirmation email or message once the transaction is successful. Provide contact information or a customer support link in case they have questions or encounter issues during the payment process.
  8. Payment FAQs: Anticipate common questions customers might have about payment methods and address them in a FAQ section. This could include questions about refunds, payment errors, and currency conversion.
  9. Additional Payment Methods: If you accept other payment methods specific to certain regions or countries (e.g., Alipay, UPI for India), clearly state these options and provide guidance on how to use them.
  10. Customer Support: Emphasize that your customer support team is available to assist with any payment-related inquiries or issues. Provide contact details, such as email addresses or phone numbers.
  11. Review and Summary: Summarize the key points regarding payment methods and encourage customers to proceed with their purchases. Offer a seamless transition to the checkout process.