How billing works on the 30-day free trial
During your trial period, you will not be liable to pay the uAfrica subscription fee – this is only required after the trial period when the system prompts you to select a plan. During your trial period, you will receive all the benefits of our Gold plan, as well as the discounted shipping rates (please note if you select a plan that is lower than the Gold plan, your shipping rates will be slightly higher). However, it is important to note that you will still be liable to pay for your shipping costs during your trial period.
Trial accounts are given a standard R150.00 account limit. This means that the system will allow you to ship until you have reached R150.00 and nothing more. The system will require you to make payment (if a debit order or Payfast payment method is used) or will bill you automatically (when a card payment method is used) as soon as you reach 80% of your shipping limit.
How will I be billed by uAfrica?
During the trial, you will have access to all the Gold plan benefits and will automatically receive a R150.00 shipping limit (this can be increased on request – subject to approval). When your free trial is over, you need to choose from one of four ...
Invoices and statements
Statements and tax invoices have been introduced into the billing system for ease of use. The billing section allows users to switch between billing transactions, invoices and credit notes and search for the required information using search fields ...
uAfrica payment methods
The following are acceptable uAfrica payment methods: CREDIT CARD: Credit card or cheque card (Visa or Mastercard), American Express or Diners Club. PAYFAST: Any payment method offered by PayFast (debit card, credit card, EFT). DEBIT ORDER: Available ...
What is an account limit?
What is an account limit? Trial accounts are given an account limit when they sign up on uAfrica. Upon signing up, you will receive an account limit of R150.00 (inclusive of VAT); which means that the system will allow you to ship until you have ...