Living Stone Pillows

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Payment Methods

Stone Pillows Payment

Paying with  Paypal

  • Go pebble-pillows.com page to buy Stone Pillows, click “Add to Cart”, You will then leave pebble-pillows.com and enter PayPal’s website.
  • Log in to your PayPal account, or create one if you haven’t already.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions given by PayPal.
  • Advantages of using PayPal:

    Payment is traceable. You can trace the status of your payment using your PayPal account.

    Payment does not require you to use your credit card online (you can transfer directly from your bank account). If you do use your credit card through PayPal, pebble-pillows.com won’t see your credit card number, minimizing the risk of unauthorized use.

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    Paying with Western Union

    If your country has the “Western union online remittance”, you can complete the payment online via Western Union Transfer with the following steps:
    1. Go to Western Union Homepage www.westernunion.com 
    2. Select “Country” you send money from
    3. The page will jump to the page for transfer funds
    4. Follow the instruction to complete the transfer details

    Our Western Union Information as below:
    Beneficiary’s first name: NA 
    Beneficiary’s last name: WANG 
    Country: CHINA 
    Address: Room 606, Xicheng District, Beijing, China, 101100

    If your country doesn’t have the “Western union online remittance”, please go to the “Nearest Western Union Branch” to complete the payment. You may find the branch around you after checking through the website: www.westernunion.com

    Our Western Union Information as below:
    Beneficiary’s first name: NA 
    Beneficiary’s last name: WANG
    Country: CHINA
    Address: Room 606, Xicheng District, Beijing, China, 101100

    After successfully transferring the funds, please send e-mail to us about the sender’s first name, last name, amount paid and MTCN by e-mail. As soon as we receive your payment, your order will be processed immediately.

    Paying with Bank Wire Transfer

    If your country supports the International transfer online, you can complete your payment online, otherwise, you should go to your bank to complete it.

    Beneficiary’s Bank: China Merchants Bank,
    Bank Address: H. O. Shenzhen
    SWIFT CODE: CMBCCNBSXXX
    Beneficiary’s a/c no.: 6225880150791219
    Beneficiary: Wang Na
    Correspondent: China Merchants Bank
    Bank Address: New York
    CHIPS ABA: 1455 or SWIFT CODE: CMBCUS33XXX

    You need to inform us after you finish the payment by sending e-mail to service@pebble-pillows.com. We will confirm the payment and send you the written notification as soon as the payment clears in our account and began to prepare orders for you.

    Notice:

    1) Under normal circumstances a bank transfer will arrive in 1-2 days from United States, Australia, Canada and Australia, in 3-4 days from UK and other European Countries, Remittances from other countries up to no more than 5 days. 2) Sort Code and IBAN are not used in China, when you are doing Bank Wire Transfer from your country to China, please tell the bank that your money is transferred to China. So you will not need to write the Sort Code and IBAN.

    The following is optional for you to read:

    In case you come up to some problems about Sort Code, IBAN or BIC which maybe appear when you are doing Bank Wire Transfer, please notice.

    Sort Code
    A sort code is used on debit cards in the United Kingdom. A sort code is the name given by both the British and Irish banking industry to the bank codes which are used to route money transfers between banks within their respective countries via their respective clearance organizations.

    A sort code is a unique number given as a kind of address for bank branches in the United Kingdom. Sort codes are used internally by the bank for identification purposes. Rather than writing out the bank’s physical address, sort codes identify different bank branches instantly. A sort code appears on a bank customer’s personal checks, debit card and statement.

    Some people are under the mistaken impression that a sort code is unique to each account holder. A sort code is meant to identify the bank branch of the customer’s account. This is why both numbers are often used in conjunction for transactions in the United Kingdom.

    A sort code is not permanently assigned. If a customer changes her bank branch, the sort code will be changed to reflect the new branch where her account is being held and used.

    So the sort code only stands for the address of the bank branches in the United Kingdom, and it is only used in the United Kingdom.

    IBAN
    The International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is an international standard for identifying bank accounts across national borders with a minimal of risk of propagating transcription errors. It was originally adopted by the European Committee for Banking Standards (ECBS), and was later adopted as an international standard under ISO 13616:1997 and now as ISO 13616-1:2007.The official IBAN registrar under ISO 13616-2:2007 is SWIFT.

    The IBAN was originally developed to facilitate payments within the European Union but the format is flexible enough to be applied globally. All banks in Europe (except for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine,) provide an IBAN identifier for their accounts as well as nationally recognized identifiers – this being mandatory within the European Economic Area. In addition, Israel, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Mauritania, Mauritius, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and Turkey also provide IBAN format account identifiers.

    But in China has not adopted IBAN, so the IBAN will not be needed when you are doing bank transfer to China.

    BIC
    BIC (BANKING IDENTIFY CODE) which is equivalent to the SWIFT Code. When you are doing Bank Wire Transfer, and asked to write BIC Code on the money order, please ask the stuff of the bank whether the BIC Code is the SWIFT Code, thank you.