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Payment by Credit / Debit Card: We accept most major credit and Debit cards:
Visa, Mastercard etc.
Payment can be made through our Secure Payment System secured by Sagepay or by phone by calling us on 01494 792592. 


For all International purchases online we process Secure Payments through RBS WorldPay.

American Express Cards may only be accepted by telephone.

Payment by cheque (UK cheques only): - You can still use our shopping basket!
1. Continue to place your order in the normal way by making your selections and using the "Checkout" button to move to the relevant pages to fill in your billing and delivery address details.

2. When you arrive at the "Order Preview" page, select your payment method by clicking on the "Place Order With Cheque" button at the bottom of the page. You will then be taken to the "Payment Result" Page which will give our address to which your remittance should be sent.
3. Our system will now also generate an order as an email and send it to you. You can then print this email off and send it to us at the address on the "Payment Result" page together with your cheque for the appropriate amount.

Please make cheques payable to 'Crime Prevention Products Ltd', and send to the address on our Contact Us Page.

Councils, NHS, government bodies and charitable organisations should contact us to discuss flexible payment terms.

VAT Invoices: A VAT invoice is sent with the goods as the address label unless the goods are being paid for on Invoice when the invoice will be sent separately by post.

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