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Payment Methods

Hawkin’s Bazaar accepts the following credit and debit cards for online payments: Visa (including Electron), Delta, Mastercard, Eurocard and American Express.

Payments are processed online using SagePay, a secure payment portal that supplies over 45,000 web and retail clients globally. Your payment details are further secured by a Thawte SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Certificate that provides robust authentication and encryption for all customer data and transactions.

Hawkin’s Bazaar also participates in the Verified by Visa and MasterCard Secure schemes. These services provide an additional layer of security on your purchase and are provided by the card companies in association with the bank that has issued your credit or debit card.

You can also complete your order using PayPal by selecting it at either the shopping bag or check out screens.

We also accept Amazon Pay.

“When will my payment be taken?”

All payments are processed as soon as we receive your order, at which point the payment in your bank account will be reserved for the transaction. Please allow up to three working days for the money to leave your account.

“What if there is a problem with my payment?”

If there is an issue with your payment then a member of our friendly customer support team will get in touch using the contact details you leave with your order. If you believe that there will be an issue with the payment after you have placed your order, please feel free to contact us on 01603 397101 or [email protected] and we will be happy to help you resolve the issue.

“Are there any payment methods you don’t accept?”

Unfortunately we are unable to accept the following payment methods for online orders:

  • Cheques or postal orders
  • Cash in any currency
  • Book tokens
  • Purchase orders
  • Pro forma invoices
  • International wire transfers
  • Direct debits or standing orders
  • Bank transfers
  • Shop gift cards
  • Livestock
  • Favours/Offers we can’t refuse
  • Karma (good or bad)