Payment & Security
Available Payment Options
- American Express
- Paypal (Express Checkout Available)
- Apple Pay
- Google Pay
- Bank Transfer
Troubleshooting credit card & debit card payment errors
- For a new or recently reissued card, the card needs to be activated first.
- Check that the card details entered are correct, the card type (AMEX, Masters, Visa), card number and the expiration date.
- Remove any dashes or spaces for the card number.
- If you do not have sufficient credit limit, please check with your card issuer.
- If you have exceeded your daily spending limit for your debit card, please check with your card issuer.
- If everything seems to be correct, contact your card issuer. Your card issuer may need to verify with you before they authorise your purchase.
The credit card security code is a unique three or four digit number printed on the front (American Express) or back (Visa/MasterCard) of your card.
Direct Deposit or Bank Transfer
To pay for your order using a Direct Deposit or Bank Transfer:
- Place your order with a Sydney Grand Bazaar representative by phone 0449 746 865 or email email@example.com
- Obtain the final total of your order including tax and any applicable shipping charges from our representative.
- Visit any Commonwealth Bank branch and have the bank electronically transfer the total amount of your order using the routing information below. Cash or cheque deposits are accepted.
- Reference your web order number with your payment.
- Scan a copy of your deposit slip and email the attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Beneficiary: Sydney Grand Bazaar Pty Ltd
- Bank: Commonwealth Bank
- Account #: 062 181
- BSB: 1073 8913
Note: Please allow up to two (2) business days for us to receive your payment and start processing your order.
Please Click Here to find out more about our AfterPay payment option.
Are my credit/debit card details secure?
The security of Sydney Grand Bazaar servers is closely monitored by Shopify to prevent any unauthorised disclosure or use of credit card numbers and to protect the confidentiality of your personal information. We are using the latest SSL (Secure Socket Layer) industry standard, the highest level of security available today for web-secured applications.
256-bit encryption is referred to the length of the encryption key used to encrypt a data stream or file. A hacker or cracker will require 2^256 different combinations to break a 256-bit encrypted message, which is virtually impossible to be broken by even the fastest computers.
So – for all those doubting the security of 2^256 collision chances, there’s the number: There is a 1 in over 115 quattuorvigintillion (that’s a 78 digit number) chance of finding a collision. Therefore, all of our customers' credit card details and privacy is safe.