How to pay for the Fruit Bouquets You can order online from our site with complete confidence and peace of mind. Our online ordering system is fully secure: all credit card transactions are processed in encrypted form by a Thawte certificate. You can verify the security of your connection during the payment process by checking the bottom of your browser window. When the connection is secure, you will see a closed padlock, and the address at the top will change from http://… to https://...
Once you have placed your order online, you will receive an automated confirmation email with order number. If you do not receive the email, please contact us as soon as possible. We accept orders by phone: (+44) (0)121-256-1301 and by fax: (+44) (0)121-256-1439
When confirmation of your order is received, this is to indicate that we have received your order. It does not indicate that a contract exists between us. We will indicate acceptance of your order, and hence a contract between us, when we send you an invoice. We have included this term to protect us in the case that a mistake has been made in pricing, we have inadvertently under-priced goods, or we are no longer able to supply a particular product for some reason. In the case of a change of price, we will always contact you first to ensure that the price is acceptable.
Payment for our Fruit Bouquets We must receive payment in full for the goods and delivery charges before your order can be accepted.
We accept the following cards: Visa, Mastercard/Access and Switch
If you have any comments or questions about our service, please e-mail us at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Or call us on (+44) (0)121-256-1301. We accept orders by fax on (+44) (0)121-256-1439.
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