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Using Paypal ?

Paypal charges us 5% or so of your paypal transaction. So we ask that you work out roughly what 5% of your total order is and buy the equivalent amount of donations from us, each donation is 50p. Please send this with your order not as a separate item. Many thanx.

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Remember UK bank transfers (BACS payments) are free to make online, we like those and they usually only take a day to complete.

To keep Active prices as cheap as possible we have not included this cost in our pricing (it would also be unfair on those who pay by cheque or bank transfer). So please work out roughly 5% of your orders total and send us the equivalent in Paypal donations (the yellow box is one donation). 

Oh and please send them as part of the total not separately or we lose out again!

 

5% ?!

Percentage mathematics phobia?

Oh come on! Were you reading the Beano at the back of your Maths class? 

Ok here's how....

Divide your orders total by ten. 

(That means move the decimal point one number left, so £22.50 would become £2.25, or £6.66 will become 66p)

Then halve that amount.

So £2.25 will become £1.125p (which we'll call £1.13p ok?)

and 66p will become 33p

But Paypal actually charges more than 50p per transaction so lets say that 50p is the minimum donation need to make for a Paypal transaction or we lose money.

So then if the charges are 33p please buy one payal donation, if the charges are £1.13 please buy 2 paypal donations or 3 if you are feeling generous!

Hope thats easy enough and fair enough.

cheers

Jon Active

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