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Payment
We like to be pretty flexible about payment options.
Our base currency is pounds sterling,
and we can readily accept US dollar checks as well.


Scotland
You never know, you might just be near enough in Scotland,
to pop round, collect the book, save postage,
and square us up on the spot!
We don't work from a shop,
so always contact us first.


United Kingdom
Always happy to accept checks in UK pounds.
Unlike credit cards, there's no commission on the amount,
which saves us all money.
We take credit cards only through Paypal,
we cannot accept credit card payment over the 'phone.


United States
We operate a US$ bank account,
which makes check payment easy and quick for our US customers,
as you send to an address in Oregon.
We use the basic quoted exchange rate on the day,
no currency commissions to pay.
Happy always to accept your 'Paypal' US dollars,
again, no need for currency commissions.


Rest of World
For Europe, we cannot accept personal checks, we accept credit cards via 'Paypal'.
A good method for our European customers is a bank wire transfer,
as the charge for this is now much lower than before.
Please suggest this, and we can email our Bank account details.
For the rest of the world, there's still Paypal,
and a bank wire transfer is OK for larger amounts,
though there is a flat charge of 7 stg. per payment.

 

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding your payment options,
there's always something that we can make to work.



Your money back guarantee...

We want you to be absolutely delighted with the
things you buy from the Book Bungalow.
We guarantee that, if for any reason you are not satisfied,
you can simply send the item back for a full refund.
Please pack books carefully with enough padding if returning them.




Jamie Shepherd
The Book Bungalow
Easter Auchraw Cottage
Lochearnhead
FK19 8PU
Scotland

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Site last updated 6th November 2012
This page was composed by Jamie Shepherd