Our Payment Methods

We have different payment options available on our site. Our payment methods are super flexible and friendly to enable you to pay for your certificate from the comfort of your home and with simple payment applications. These payment options are: BITCOIN, CASH APP, E-TRANSFER (INTERAC), ZELLE, GOOGLE PAY,  APPLE PAY, WESTERN UNION, MONEYGRAM, AND PAYPAL.

BITCOIN

To make a payment using Bitcoin, you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Obtain a Bitcoin Wallet: First, you need to set up a Bitcoin wallet. You can choose from various wallets available, such as software wallets (desktop or mobile), online wallets, or hardware wallets. Each wallet has its own setup process, so follow the instructions provided by the wallet provider.
  2. Get Bitcoin: In order to make a payment, you need to have some Bitcoin in your wallet. There are several ways to acquire Bitcoin. You can buy it from a cryptocurrency exchange using traditional currency or receive it as payment for goods or services. Alternatively, you can mine Bitcoin if you have the necessary hardware and expertise.
  3. Obtain our Bitcoin Address: To send Bitcoin to us, you need our Bitcoin address. Which is a long string of alphanumeric characters.
  4. Initiate the Transaction: Once you have our Bitcoin address, open your Bitcoin wallet and look for the option to send or send Bitcoin. Click on it to initiate a new transaction.
  5. Enter the Bitcoin Address: In your wallet’s transaction interface, you’ll find a field where you can enter our Bitcoin address. Double-check the address to ensure it is accurate, as Bitcoin transactions are irreversible, and sending funds to the wrong address may lead to permanent loss.
  6. Specify the Amount: Enter the amount of Bitcoin you want to send. Make sure you have enough funds in your wallet to cover the transaction, including any applicable transaction fees.
  7. Review Transaction Details: Before finalizing the transaction, review all the details, including our wallet address, the amount, and any transaction fees. Ensure everything is correct to avoid any mistakes.
  8. Confirm and Send: Once you are satisfied with the transaction details, confirm the transaction in your wallet. Depending on your wallet, you may need to enter a password or provide additional verification.
  9. Wait for Confirmation: After sending the transaction, it will be broadcasted to the Bitcoin network for validation. Miners will include your transaction in a block, and it will be added to the blockchain. Confirmation time can vary, but typically it takes around 10 minutes for the first confirmation. For larger transactions, additional confirmations may be required.
  10. Contact Us: Once the transaction is confirmed, you can inform us that the payment has been made. We can verify the transaction’s status by checking our own Bitcoin wallet.

CASHAPP

To make a payment using Cash App, you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Download and Set Up Cash App: Start by downloading the Cash App from the App Store (for iOS) or Google Play Store (for Android). Once downloaded, open the app and follow the instructions to create an account. You’ll need to provide your mobile number or email address and set up a unique username.
  2. Link a Payment Method: To make payments, you need to link a payment method to your Cash App account. Cash App offers various options, including linking your bank account, debit card, or credit card. Follow the prompts in the app to securely link your preferred payment method.
  3. Add Funds to Your Cash App Account: Before making a payment, ensure your Cash App account has sufficient funds. You can add money to your Cash App balance by linking your bank account and transferring funds or by receiving payments from others through the app.
  4. Initiate a Payment: Once your account is set up and funded, you can proceed to make a payment. Tap on the “Pay” button on the Cash App home screen.
  5. Enter the Recipient’s Details: In the payment interface, enter the recipient’s details. You can either enter their $Cashtag (Cash App username) or their mobile number or email address associated with their Cash App account. Double-check the information to ensure accuracy.
  6. Specify the Amount: Enter the amount you want to send to the recipient. Make sure you have sufficient funds in your Cash App balance or linked payment method to cover the payment.
  7. Add a Note (Optional): If desired, you can add a note to accompany the payment. This can be helpful to remind the recipient of the purpose of the payment or any additional details.
  8. Confirm the Payment: Review the payment details to ensure accuracy, including the recipient’s information, the amount, and the note (if added). Once you’re satisfied, tap the “Pay” button to proceed.
  9. Enter Security Details: Depending on your Cash App settings, you may be prompted to enter your Cash App PIN or use your biometric authentication (such as fingerprint or face ID) to confirm the payment.
  10. Payment Confirmation: After confirming the payment, Cash App will process the transaction and send the funds to the recipient. You will receive a confirmation message indicating that the payment was successful.

E-TRANSFER (INTERAC)

To make a payment using e-transfer (Interac), you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Log in to your Online Banking: Start by logging in to your online banking account through your bank’s website or mobile app. Ensure that you have access to your account and that it is set up for online transactions.
  2. Navigate to the Interac E-Transfer Section: Once logged in, find the section or tab related to Interac e-transfer. It is usually located under the Payments or Transfers section.
  3. Initiate a New E-Transfer: Click on the option to initiate a new e-transfer. You may be asked to provide the recipient’s email address or mobile phone number.
  4. Enter the Recipient’s Information: Enter the recipient’s email address or mobile phone number, depending on the information you have. Double-check the details to ensure accuracy, as this information is crucial for the recipient to receive the payment.
  5. Specify the Payment Amount: Enter the amount you want to send. Ensure that you have sufficient funds available in your bank account to cover the payment, including any applicable transaction fees.
  6. Choose the Account to Send From: If you have multiple accounts linked to your online banking, select the account from which you want to send the payment.
  7. Optional: Add a Message or Memo: You may have the option to include a message or memo along with the payment. This can be useful for indicating the purpose of the payment or providing additional information to the recipient.
  8. Set a Security Question and Answer (Optional): Some banks offer an additional security feature where you can set a security question and answer for the recipient to answer before they can access the funds. This step is optional but can provide an extra layer of security.
  9. Review and Confirm the Transaction: Double-check all the details, including the recipient’s information, payment amount, and any additional options you selected. Once you are satisfied, review the terms and conditions, and confirm the transaction.
  10. Complete the Transaction: After confirming the transaction, your bank will process the e-transfer. The recipient will receive a notification via email or text message with instructions on how to accept the payment. The funds will be debited from your account, and the recipient can deposit them into their own bank account.

ZELLE

To make a payment with Zelle, you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Download the Zelle App: Start by downloading the Zelle app from your mobile app store. Alternatively, you can access Zelle through your bank’s mobile banking app if they have integrated Zelle into their platform.
  2. Set Up Zelle: Open the Zelle app and follow the prompts to set up your Zelle profile. This typically involves providing your email address or mobile phone number and linking it to your bank account.
  3. Link Your Bank Account: Connect your bank account to Zelle by entering your bank account details or selecting your bank from the provided list. This step may require you to verify your account for security purposes.
  4. Verify Your Identity: Zelle may require you to verify your identity by providing additional information, such as your full name, date of birth, and the last four digits of your Social Security number. This step helps ensure the security and integrity of the payment process.
  5. Add a Recipient: To make a payment, add the recipient to your Zelle contacts. You can do this by entering their email address or mobile phone number. Double-check the details to ensure accuracy.
  6. Enter the Payment Amount: Specify the amount you want to send to the recipient. Make sure you have sufficient funds available in your linked bank account to cover the payment.
  7. Confirm and Send: Review the payment details, including the recipient’s information and payment amount. Once you’re satisfied, confirm the transaction and authorize Zelle to initiate the payment.
  8. Recipient Notification: Zelle will notify the recipient of the payment via email or text message, depending on the contact information you provided. They will receive instructions on how to accept the payment and deposit it into their own bank account.
  9. Payment Confirmation: After the recipient accepts the payment, you will receive a confirmation within the Zelle app or via email. This confirmation serves as proof of the completed transaction.

GOOGLE PAY

To make a payment using Google Pay, you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Download and Set Up Google Pay: Start by downloading the Google Pay app from your mobile app store. Once downloaded, open the app and follow the prompts to set up your Google Pay account. This typically involves linking your bank account or adding a payment method to your Google Pay wallet.
  2. Add a Payment Method: In the Google Pay app, navigate to the “Payment Methods” or “Add Payment Method” section. Here, you can link your bank account, debit card, or credit card to your Google Pay account. Follow the instructions to enter the required information and complete the setup process.
  3. Find or Add a Recipient: To make a payment, you’ll need to find or add the recipient within the Google Pay app. If the recipient is already in your contacts, you can search for their name or phone number. If they’re not in your contacts, you can add them by entering their email address or phone number.
  4. Enter the Payment Amount: Once you’ve selected the recipient, enter the amount you want to send as payment. Double-check the amount to ensure accuracy.
  5. Add a Note (Optional): If you wish to include a note or memo along with the payment, you can add it in the designated field. This can be helpful for indicating the purpose of the payment or providing additional information to the recipient.
  6. Confirm and Send: Review the payment details, including the recipient’s information, payment amount, and optional note. Once you’re satisfied, confirm the transaction and authorize Google Pay to initiate the payment.
  7. Verify the Payment: Depending on your bank’s security measures, you may be prompted to verify the payment through additional authentication steps. This can include entering a one-time password (OTP) sent to your registered mobile number or other security measures provided by your bank.
  8. Payment Confirmation: After the payment is successfully processed, you will receive a confirmation within the Google Pay app. The recipient will also be notified of the payment through their Google Pay app or via email, depending on their settings and contact information.

APPLE PAY

To make a payment using Apple Pay, you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Set Up Apple Pay: Make sure your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch is compatible with Apple Pay. Ensure you have the latest version of iOS or watchOS installed on your device. If necessary, add your credit or debit card to the Wallet app on your device. You can do this by following the instructions provided by your bank or financial institution.
  2. Open the Wallet App: Locate and open the Wallet app on your device. It is typically pre-installed and represented by an icon resembling a wallet.
  3. Select the Card: In the Wallet app, choose the credit or debit card you want to use for the payment. If you have multiple cards added to Apple Pay, swipe left or right to select the appropriate one.
  4. Authenticate the Payment: Depending on your device and settings, you may need to authenticate the payment using Touch ID, Face ID, or your device passcode. This step ensures the security of your transaction.
  5. Hold Your Device or Use Contactless: To make the payment, hold your iPhone or Apple Watch near the contactless payment terminal. If prompted, authenticate the payment using Touch ID, Face ID, or your device passcode. For compatible iPhones, you can also double-click the side button to trigger the payment.
  6. Wait for Confirmation: After completing the payment, wait for the terminal to process the transaction. You may receive a vibration, beep, or on-screen confirmation indicating that the payment was successful.

WESTERN UNION

To make a payment using Western Union, you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Find a Western Union Location: Locate a nearby Western Union agent location. You can use the Western Union website or mobile app to find the nearest location based on your current location or search criteria.
  2. Visit the Agent Location: Go to the selected Western Union agent location during their operating hours. Bring a valid form of identification, such as a government-issued ID (e.g., passport or driver’s license).
  3. Fill out the Send Money Form: Obtain a “Send Money” form from the agent or use the self-service kiosk if available. Fill out the form with the necessary details, including your personal information, the recipient’s information, and the amount you wish to send.
  4. Provide the Required Information: Provide the agent with the completed form and any additional information they may require. This can include your identification document, the recipient’s name and contact information, and the destination country.
  5. Pay for the Transfer: Pay the total amount you wish to send, including the transfer fee, to the agent. They will inform you of the applicable fees at the time of the transaction. You can typically pay in cash, but some agent locations may accept other payment methods such as credit or debit cards.
  6. Obtain the Receipt: Once the payment is made, the agent will provide you with a receipt. This receipt contains a unique tracking number called the Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN). Keep this receipt safe as you will need it to track the transfer and provide it to the recipient.
  7. Inform the Recipient: Inform the recipient about the transfer and provide them with the necessary information, including the MTCN, your name, and the estimated amount they should expect to receive. Make sure the recipient knows how to pick up the money at their local Western Union agent location.
  8. Share the Tracking Details: Provide the recipient with the MTCN and any other tracking details they may need. They can use this information to track the transfer online or through the Western Union customer service.
  9. Confirm the Transfer: After the recipient picks up the money, they should confirm with you that they have received it. This step ensures that the transaction is complete, and both parties are aware of the successful transfer.

MONEYGRAM

To make a payment using MoneyGram, you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Find a MoneyGram Location: Locate a nearby MoneyGram agent location. You can use the MoneyGram website or mobile app to find the nearest location based on your current location or search criteria.
  2. Visit the Agent Location: Go to the chosen MoneyGram agent location during their operating hours. Bring a valid form of identification, such as a government-issued ID (e.g., passport or driver’s license).
  3. Fill out the Send Form: Obtain a “Send Form” from the agent or use the self-service kiosk if available. Fill out the form with the necessary details, including your personal information, the recipient’s information, and the amount you wish to send.
  4. Provide the Required Information: Give the agent the completed form and any additional information they may require. This can include your identification document, the recipient’s name and contact information, and the destination country.
  5. Pay for the Transfer: Pay the total amount you want to send, including the transfer fee, to the agent. They will inform you of the applicable fees at the time of the transaction. You can typically pay in cash, but some agent locations may accept other payment methods such as credit or debit cards.
  6. Obtain the Receipt: Once payment is made, the agent will provide you with a receipt. This receipt contains a unique reference number called the MoneyGram Reference Number or Reference Control Number (also known as the tracking number). Keep this receipt safe as you will need it to track the transfer and provide it to the recipient.
  7. Inform the Recipient: Inform the recipient about the transfer and provide them with the necessary information, including the reference number, your name, and the estimated amount they should expect to receive. Make sure the recipient knows how to pick up the money at their local MoneyGram agent location.
  8. Share the Tracking Details: Provide the recipient with the reference number and any other tracking details they may need. They can use this information to track the transfer online or through the MoneyGram customer service.
  9. Confirm the Transfer: After the recipient picks up the money, they should confirm with you that they have received it. This step ensures that the transaction is complete, and both parties are aware of the successful transfer.

PAYPAL 

To make a payment using PayPal Friends and Family, you can follow these simplified steps:
 
  1. Set Up a PayPal Account: If you don’t already have one, visit the PayPal website or download the PayPal app and sign up for a PayPal account. Follow the prompts to provide the necessary information and link your bank account or add a payment method to your PayPal wallet.
  2. Log In to Your PayPal Account: Once you have a PayPal account, log in using your registered email address and password. Make sure you have sufficient funds in your PayPal account or linked bank account to cover the payment.
  3. Select “Send & Request”: After logging in, locate the “Send & Request” tab or option within your PayPal account. This option is typically found on the main navigation menu.
  4. Choose “Send Money”: From the “Send & Request” section, select the “Send Money” or “Send to Friends and Family” option. This option allows you to send money without incurring any fees, but it is only suitable for personal payments.
  5. Enter Recipient’s Information: Enter the email address or mobile number associated with the recipient’s PayPal account. Double-check the information to ensure accuracy.
  6. Enter Payment Amount: Specify the amount you want to send as payment. Verify the amount to ensure it is correct.
  7. Select “Friends and Family”: Choose the payment type as “Friends and Family” to ensure that the transaction is classified as a personal payment without fees. If you select “Goods and Services,” PayPal may charge fees for the transaction.
  8. Add a Note (Optional): If you wish to include a note or message along with the payment, you can add it in the designated field. This can be helpful for indicating the purpose of the payment or providing additional information to the recipient.
  9. Review and Confirm: Review the payment details, including the recipient’s information, payment amount, and optional note. Once you’re satisfied, confirm the transaction.
  10. Payment Confirmation: After the payment is successfully processed, you and the recipient will receive a confirmation email from PayPal. The recipient will see the funds in their PayPal account, and you will see the deduction in your PayPal balance or linked bank account.