How Can I Pay for Hosting During Sign Up?

We accept credit cards, PayPal, checks, money orders and bank wires for payment. You can pay by credit card or PayPal at the time of order. For checks, money orders and bank wires, you must complete your order online and then send us the payment after submitting the online order.

Please follow the directions below for your specific payment type:

You can order online using our order forms for Shared Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting, VPS Hosting, Windows Shared Hosting, Linux Dedicated Servers and Windows Dedicated Servers.


Credit Card, Debit Card

If you want to pay with credit card and be billed automatically, then choose the credit card option during sign up. You will be asked for the card information to complete your order.

We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover Network, American Express. We also accept BC Card and DinaCard if they have a Discover Network logo on the back.


Paypal

If you want to make a payment via PayPal, then choose the PayPal option during sign up. You will be presented with a link to pay with PayPal, which creates a one time payment from your PayPal account.

For future payments, you would login to your Client Area and make additional one time payments or setup a PayPal Billing Agreement. Your login information for the Client Area will be emailed to you shortly after signup.

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