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Payment Methods Available

We accept a multitude of various payment methods as follows:

CREDIT CARDS:
Diners Club
Discover
MasterCard
VISA

PLUS FOR CANADIAN CUSTOMERS ONLY:
NEW!
We now accept ON-LINE payments directly through INTERAC. Send funds directly from your bank account to us. Choose ON-LINE payment when checking out using our Shopping Cart and using Interac send funds to:
sales@kvideodvd.com

INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDERS / BANK DRAFTS / CERTIFIED CHECKS / PERSONAL CHECKS:
Choose this method when checking out. We will email our mailing address to you to send your payment to. Payments made via International Money Orders, Bank Drafts or Certified Checks will result in immediate shipment upon receipt. Regular uncertified personal checks require clearing before shipment is made.
Canadian Dollar Checks: 5 business days to clear
U.S. Dollar Checks: 21 business days to clear

We regret that we cannot accept personal, uncertified checks from outside of Canada and the U.S. If you live in any other country, please use credit cards, on-line payment, International Money Orders, Bank Drafts or Certified Checks.

Make all checks / money orders etc. payable to:
KALEIDOSCOPE VIDEO

Currency for prices:
Our prices are in Canadian Dollars for Canadian residents only.
For customers in the rest of the world, including the U.S., prices are in U.S. Dollars.
As our shipping costs to the U.S. and the rest of the world are usually higher than what we charge the customer, pricing in U.S. Dollars helps us cover the cost shortfall.

Why do we NOT accept PayPal?
We formerly dealt with PayPal but ran afoul of their arbitrary business practices in November of 2011 right in the middle of our Black Friday / Cyber Monday sale. We are located in Canada so are subjected to Canadian copyright rules. These rules are significantly different than U.S. copyright rules. Due to ONE SINGLE complaint from within the U.S., and WITHOUT consulting us, immediately froze our account which prevented us from accessing ANY of our funds for 6 months. Basically they are trying a force a business located in Canada to follow U.S. laws. We would consider dealing with PayPal again only when hell freezes over.