Joybos.com accepts most major credit and debit cards: VISA, Mastercard. You can also choose to pay by using PayPal.
All credit and debit cardholders are subject to validation checks and authorization by the card issuer. If the issuer of your payment card refuses to authorize payment to us, we will not be liable for any delay or non-delivery.
What Currencies Can I Use ?
There are several currencies available as follows: US dollar, EURO, Great Britain Pound Sterling, Canada Dollar, Australia Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar.
Is It Safe To Use My Credit Card On The Website ?
Please don’t worry; it is safe to order on our website.
We use industry-standard encryption technologies when transferring and receiving customer data exchanged with our site server. None of your credit-card details will be revealed.
During checkout, when you enter your credit card & personal information at our online store, you are passing the information securely to us, using secure socket layer technology (SSL).
Why Might My Credit Card Be Refused ?
Your credit card may be refused for any of the following reasons:
- The card may have expired. Check that your card is still valid.
- You may have reached your credit limit. Contact your bank to check that you have not exceeded the authorized purchase limit.
- You may have entered some information incorrectly. Check that you have filled in all the required fields correctly.
- Make sure you’re using the latest version of your web browser. Maybe because your browser is installed some kinds of plug-ins. Please clear the cookies restart the browser and then try again.
Was I Charged Twice ?Your credit card will only be charged once after your order ships.
If you just placed your order, what you are seeing on your bank account is an authorization. This is a common bank practice handling credit card transactions to ensure sufficient funds and account authenticity. This authorization will clear (depending on your bank, usually within 48 – 72 hours.) If you need help speeding up the process, you can contact the issuing bank of your credit card.