If you have a PayPal account, you can pay directly by logging into your PayPal account. If you do not have a PayPal account, please pay with PayPal accepted credit cards.PayPal accepts credit cards are: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Maestro, etc.
Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Maestro, etc.
PayPal is a payment method for online purchases enabling buyers and businesses to send and receive money online. As of today, PayPal has over 100 million member accounts in 190 countries and regions. One advantage of using the PayPal payment method is that it offers faster, safer, and easier checkouts and promises to protect customers from revealing their credit card and other financial information to the merchant.
How to use credit card payment?
Paying at PayPal without a PayPal account
Payments for Lumia are made at PayPal, but you do not need to own a PayPal account to pay: you may enter your credit card's data directly at PayPal and complete your payment. You need to register a PayPal account neither.
Once you get redirected to PayPal, just do as follows:<br>
1. Make sure the "Don't have a PayPal account?" option is selected
If your PayPal page looks as follows, just click on "Don't have a PayPal account?".
2. Enter your credit card's data
Address, email & phone number may also be requested depending on your country.
When you are done, click on "Review and Continue".
<br>3. Click on "Pay Now"
<br>4. Click on "No, Thanks"
5. Finally, click on "Pay now" you will complete your payment
At Swanstar Beauty, we do NOT share any customer information with any third party for any reason unless it is required by a legal authority or a government with an official request.
Swanstar Beauty takes your personal information and privacy very seriously and we will never share your information with any marketing firm for any marketing purposes except directly from Swanstar Beauty.
Swanstar Beauty will never contact you through any form to request you to update your password or personal information unless requested. Such action may be a phishing attempt and we suggest you ignore it or report to your local authority and inform us immediately.