Online shopping at George at Work is simple and safe. Every payment method has a secured page, guaranteeing your privacy. To make and process the payments for your order, we co-operate with a reliable partner: MultiSafepay. This is an organisation specialised in online payment transactions. With MultiSafepay, you can pay for your online purchase in a reliable, safe and simple way. You will be completing your payments in a secured payment environment with various payment options:
- Creditcard (Visa, Mastercard, Maestro)
- Bank Transfer
- Dotpay (Poland)
All our prices include 21% VAT.
On the payment page, you can choose to pay with PayPal. You will need a PayPal account for this option. When you decide to pay with PayPal, we will be charging extra costs.
2. Credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Maestro)
On the payment page, you can select the type of credit card you will be paying with. Then, you will enter the credit card number, the expiry date, and the CVC code. CVC stands for Card Verification Code. This is a 3-digit code, which you can find on the back of the credit card. On the signature strip, you will find another set of digits. The last three digits are your CVC code.
3. Bank transfer
As soon as you have placed an order, it will automatically be registered within our system. You receive a confirmation e-mail with the order and all the details. Use the payment details in the e-mail to finish your payment and the order shipment process will start.
Dotpay is the most used payment method within Poland. Easily finish your order by using your trusted payment method to ensure the payment process is succesfull and safe.
When a payment has failed, this can have various possible causes. Please contact our customer service for help.
Companies in Europe can order products from us without paying VAT. You can do this by entering your VAT number during the ordering process.
SSL certificates ensure a secured connection between the visitor and the server. This means that all data will be send in a safe manner and cannot fall into the hands of third parties.