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Shipping to EU Countries

You may now order online many items from this website and have them paid for in Euros and delivered to your home address in any EU Member State.

Some items are NOT available for international shipping but it is clearly displayed on every product page whether or not that particular product may be sent abroad or not.  If a product is available for international shipping then the EU Flag will be clearly shown.

You can continue shopping around the site until you have finalised your purchase requirements, entering each item into the Basket as normal practice, however, when you are ready to move on to the Checkout Phase, simply click the EU Flag (before moving on to the Checkout) and the total cost of the item(s) including the necessary postage, packing and VAT will clearly be shown in GBP plus, the total amount will also be displayed in Euros so you know exactly what you are paying.

Remember that for any of the smaller items, for example personal alarms etc., it becomes very cost effective to order more than one without increasing the cost of postage that much (if at all), thereby making the purchase more economical for you.

You may at any time proceed to the Checkout ( after selecting the relevant flag) where you will be asked to enter your name and address details and a contact  landline telephone number. Please remember that the address you give MUST be the registered address of the credit/debit card that you are using to pay with. We have a strict privacy code and none of this information is ever disclosed to 3rd parties.

Once completed you will then be re-redircted to the RBS WorldPay secure website where you will enter your card details,  this will include 'Verified by Visa' and 'MasterCard SecureCode' known as the 3D Secure Code . (If you have not already arranged this safety precaution with your card provider, you will be directed to the relevant card provider where you will be able to set this up instantly).

WorldPay will check that the card you are using is registered to the address given, that the expiry date and 3 digit security code on the back of the card are correct and then proceed to verify that the 3D Secure Code is correct. These are important safeguards for you the customer. We at Crime Prevention Products Limited NEVER see your card information.

All items (up to 2.1Kg maximum) are sent by Royal Mail AIRSURE (where available) or else by International Signed For. Both of these methods mean that the parcel must be signed for upon delivery.

 Shipping to the United States

You may now order online many items from this website and have them paid for in $US and delivered to your home address in the United States.

Some items are NOT available for international shipping but it is clearly displayed on every product page whether or not that particular product may be sent abroad or not.  If a product is available for international shipping then the US Flag will be clearly shown.

You can continue shopping around the site until you have finalised your purchase requirements, entering each item into the Basket as normal practice, however, when you are ready to move on to the Checkout Phase, simply click the US Flag (before moving on to the Checkout) and then the total cost of the item(s) including the necessary postage and packing (all without VAT) will clearly be shown in GBP plus, the total amount will also be displayed in US Dollars so you will always know exactly what you are paying.

Remember that for any of the smaller items, for example personal alarms etc., it becomes very cost effective to order more than one without increasing the cost of postage that much (if at all), thereby making the purchase more economical for you.

You may at any time proceed to the Checkout ( after selecting the relevant flag) where you wil be asked to enter your name and address details and a contact  landline telephone number. Please remember that the address you give MUST be the registered address of the credit/debit card that you are using to pay with. We have a strict privacy code and none of this information is ever disclosed to 3rd parties.

Once complete you will then be re-redirected to the RBS WorldPay secure website where you will enter your card details,  this will include 'Verified by Visa' and 'MasterCard SecureCode' known as 3D Secure . (If you have not already arranged this safety precaution with your card provider, you will be directed to the relevant card provider where you will be able to set this up instantly).

WorldPay will check that the card you are using is registered to the address given, that the expiry date and 3 digit security code on the back of the card are correct and then proceed to verify that the 3D Secure Code is correct. These are important safeguards for you the customer. We at Crime Prevention Products Limited NEVER see your card information.

All items (up to 2.1Kg maximim) are sent by Royal Mail AIRSURE. This will mean that the parcel must be signed for upon delivery.

 

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