All about Google Checkout
You may have noticed that there's more than one way to checkout of this online store. You can either choose to checkout via the main checkout process, or you can choose to checkout via Google Checkout.
Both options fulfil a similar purpose in that you can use either checkout process to pay; both allow you to decide where you'd like your order delivered, which delivery service you'd like and which card you'd like to pay with... but there are some differences.
This page is here to help you understand what Google Checkout is and how it works, allowing you to make the right checkout choice for your needs.
So what is Google Checkout?
Google Checkout allows you to buy goods from many different online stores... not just from this one... in just a few clicks.
Once you've registered with Google Checkout, there's no need to spend time entering your billing and shipping information with each separate store you buy from. Instead, all you have to do is log-in with a single username and password.
Registering is easy - simply enter your address and payment details with Google Checkout when you're ready to check out, and then you can then buy online using your single username and password at any site displaying the Google Checkout logo. Google Checkout is also secure. Google will never share your card details with any merchants so wherever you see the Google Checkout logo, you can be assured that shopping will be safe.
With Google Checkout, you can enjoy the convenience of viewing and managing all the orders you have placed at any Google Checkout enabled store in one central place... your Google Checkout Account.
How Does Google Checkout Work?
Just follow these simple steps:
After you place an order, Google Checkout will send you a confirmation email along with a receipt.
Which Credit/Debit cards can I use via Google Checkout?
You can use any of the following cards via Google Checkout.
Any credit/debit card information you enter will be stored in your Google Checkout account. Please note that charges to your payment cards will be made by "Google Payment Corporation". Google will not share your payment card details with this (or indeed with any other) Google Checkout merchant.
Need more help and advice on using Google Checkout?
Google has a really good Buyer Help Centre where you'll find lots of useful advice on using Google Checkout. As you'd expect from Google, their Buyer Help Centre is really easy to navigate or to search for an answer to virtually any Google Checkout question.