uAfrica payment methods

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 on request. A debit order takes between 3- 4 working days to reflect on our system.

INSTANT EFT:
Available on request. Please note that if you use this payment method you will not receive automatic notifications informing you of any outstanding billing orders. Payments made on weekdays within office hours and received from FNB will reflect on the same day. Payments picked up from our bank for the previous day will be allocated the following day. Payments received over weekends or public holidays are not allocated. 

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