How Can I Pay For My T-Shirts?
We often get asked questions like "I'm in the U.S, how can I pay for my tshirts if my bank account is in US dollars?" (Answer: Your bank will automatically convert the payment into dollars for you. You don't need to do anything special or contact your Bank, just be sure to check the current exchange rates first)
Or... "I don't have a credit card, how can I pay for the shirts I want?" (Answer: We try to be as flexible as possible and give you as many payment options as possible.) Credit Card via HSBC Bank Our Credit/ Debit Card processing is handled entirely by HSBC bank on their highly secure servers. HSBC are one of the biggest banks in the world. When you click on Next you will be redirected to HSBC's secure site where you will be asked for your Credit Card details. No one at TShirtsville will ever see your card details, we have no need to and that's about as secure as can be! You can use any of the cards that you see at the bottom of this page. Paypal Use your Paypal account to pay for your tshirts at TShirtsville. With Paypal you can pay using a normal debit card or credit card or by using your Paypal account. Visit www.paypal.com for more info. Personal Cheque Select this option & then send us a cheque for the total amount, once your cheque has cleared we will immediately send you your t-shirts. This option is available to UK & Ireland customers only. Postal Order Select this option & then send us a Postal Order for the total amount, once we receive it, we will send you your T-Shirts. This option is available to UK & Ireland customers only. Order by Phone You can call us on the number below if you would prefer to order by phone. You can use your Card, or pay by Cheque or Postal Order. Some people prefer the personal touch and we are of course here to help :-) Mail Order If you select Mail Order, you will receive a receipt page for your order, please print & mail this in to us at the address given, along with your preferred payment method, this can be either a Credit Card (write the credit card number on the order form), Cheque or Postal Order (please note that Cheque and Postal Orders are for UK & Ireland customers only at this time)