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Payment Information

What payment method do you support?

We use PayPal to handle all our online transactions. When you checkout your order, we accept all major credit cards: VISA, MASTERCARD, AMEX and DISCOVER as well as payments from your PayPal account. Please note that if you check out with PayPal account, you will be transferred to the PayPal site for payment.

Do I need to pay sales tax?

We collect HST for sales shipped to the province of ON, NL, NS, NB and PE. Orders for all items shipped to the province of AB, SK, MB, QC, NT, NU and YT will be charged the GST and BC will be charged PST and GST.

Why am I transferred to the PayPal site?

We currently use PayPal to handle all our online transactions. They offer added protection for both you the customer and us the vendor. If we do not ship an item that you ordered to you, your money is protected as PayPal will return the money to you after an investigation into the incident.

What currency do you support?

We accept Canadian currency only.

We DO NOT store your credit card details

Please note that we DO NOT store credit/debit card numbers, billing information, nor do we share customer details with any 3rd parties.

Dangerous Goods Surcharge for Lithium Batteries

Effective January 1, 2017, UPS and FedEx Express will no longer accept UN 3480 Lithium Batteries tendered as IATA Section II. Section II batteries to be fully regulated as Dangerous Goods Section IB, C$30.00 Dangerous Goods Handling Fee will be applied on each air shipment.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) amended regulations in transporting lithium batteries to the 57th edition (2017). For more information, please visit IATA Website or view the Lithium Batteries as Cargo in 2016 Update III (pdf) / 2017 Lithium Battery Guidance Document (pdf)