HOW TO PAY WITH BITCOINS
At our checkout progress, you’ll see “pay with bitcoins” for instant checkout. A page will appear with our bitcoin address and the exact amount you have to send, copy the address to your wallet or scan the QR code and send the bitcoin amount to it. Once it’s sent, you’ll be confirmed within few minutes and your order will be processed
After your bitcoin payment is confirmed,we’ll then proceed with the registration of your package and send you the tracking detail.
BUY BITCOINS INSTANTLY WITH YOUR CREDIT CARD OR CASHAPP:
https://apps.apple.com/us/app/square-cash/id711923939If you do not have any bitcoins, you don’t need to worry, you can buy bitcoins instantly with your CREDIT CARD from any of these websites: https://freewallet.org/buy or https://changelly.com/ Or COINBASE ; https://www.coinbase.com or via the CASH APP here https://apps.apple.com/us/app/square-cash/id711923939 (for Iphone users) or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.squareup.cash ( for android users)
You can as well watch this video tutorials on how to buy bitcoins below:
HOW TO PAY WITH CASHAPP
To send a payment:
- Open the Cash App
- Enter the amount
- Tap Pay
- Enter our $Cashtag which will be communicated to you.
- Enter what the payment is for
- Tap Pay
How to Use a Debit Card
You can use a debit card for payment almost anywhere credit cards are accepted. That includes restaurants, merchants, online retailers, government organizations, and more. There are a few exceptions, but for the most part, it’s as easy as swiping your debit card when you check out (or if paying online, by typing in your card number).
To pay, either run the black magnetic strip on the back of your card through the card machine or insert the square smart chip (if your card and the merchant use chips). You may need to sign for the transaction, although that’s optional with some small sales and online purchases. In some establishments, you pay with your debit card by handing it to an employee who runs it through a card reader for you.
Handing your card to anybody is risky, so you should only give it to somebody you trust. Anybody who has your card in their possession can copy information from the card, potentially using that information to make fraudulent purchases from your checking account.
Use a Debit Card at an ATM
You can use debit cards to withdraw cash from your checking account at an automated teller machine (ATM). To do so, insert your card into the ATM’s card reader. If you’re not sure how the card goes in, look for a diagram that appears similar to your card. It should indicate which side goes up and which side should face left or right (look for something similar to the black stripe on the back of your card).
After the ATM reads your card, it will ask you to enter your personal identification number (PIN). Type in your PIN while blocking your hand from view (you don’t want anybody else to see what you type in at this point). Then, follow the instructions on the screen to make withdrawals, view your balance, or transfer money. If you had to insert your card into the machine and the machine keeps the card, contact the bank that owns the ATM as soon as you’re able to.