a) CREDIT CARD
You may choose from two of our payment options, either through:
Asia Pay or Paypal.
Both payment gateways accept the following credit cards:
c.) American Express
You can either pay in Philippine Peso or in US dollars. Payment is fuss free & safe too!
When you register and create an account in either Asia Pay or Paypal,
you will only be asked to enter your credit card information only once.
You just need to remember your password every time you purchase.
For security purposes, please do not send cash or request CODs. In addition,
please do not include your credit card number on any email communication.
b) OVER-THE-COUNTER/CASH DEPOSIT
You may now settle your purchases via bank deposit. You may deposit your payment in our BPI & BDO accounts.
After paying, just send us a copy of your deposit slip via e-mail at email@example.com.
Please include your name and Order Acknowledgement Number when sending your deposit slip.
All purchases must be paid within 3 days from date of reservation or else the items will be returned to the store’s stock level.
c) DEBIT CARD (Bancnet)
You may also choose to pay via debit cards. The following cards can be used :
Allied Savings Bank, Asia United Bank, China Banking Corporation, Chinatrust Philippines, Citystate Savings Bank, East West Bank, Green Bank of Caraga, Malayan Bank, Maybank Philippines, Metrobank, PBCom, Philippine Business Bank, Philippine National Bank, Philtrust Bank, Postal Bank, OCRB, RCBC, RCBC Savings Bank, Robinsons Savings Bank, Security Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Sterling Bank of Asia and Tong Yang Bank.
SECURE ORDERING & PAYMENTS
The confidentiality & security of the information that you provide on this site
are very important to us. Kamiseta uses the 128-bit Secure Socket Layer protocol
to protect the security of your online order information. SSL technology reads
your order information to protect it from being decoded by anyone other than Kamiseta.
As soon as you enter our checkout page your computer will begin communicating with our
server in secure mode. You can tell that you are in secure mode by the following:
· The "http" in the web address will be replaced by "https"
· Depending on the browser, you will see either a padlock
(Microsoft Internet Explorer, AOL, Netscape Communicator) or a solid key (Netscape Navigator)
in the lower section of the browser window.