Payment Information

How do I pay for an order?

At SynergyFiit, our online shop accepts a wide array of convenient and secure payment methods to ensure a seamless shopping experience for our customers. We understand the importance of flexibility, which is why we offer various payment options, including major credit and debit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover. Additionally, we also facilitate transactions through trusted digital payment platforms like PayPal and Apple Pay, providing an extra layer of security and convenience for our customers. At Synergyfiit, we prioritize ensuring that our customers have diverse and reliable payment options, allowing them to choose the method that best suits their preferences and needs when making purchases from our online store.

Credit and Debit card security

We take security very seriously at SynergyFiit Shop and have implemented some security measures for customers paying by credit or debit card. When entering your card details, you must ensure that you enter the card security number (CV2) correctly and that the billing address you entered matches the one registered against your card. If either of these details is incorrect, your card may not be authorised and you will not be able to place your order.

What currencies can I use?

We show prices in GBP (£) and accept payments in this currency. Please note that charges in foreign currencies may not precisely match the displayed GBP prices.

When will I be charged?

At SynergyFiit, we’ve designed a user-friendly and secure payment system to ensure seamless transactions for our valued customers. Upon selecting desired products or services on our website, customers can proceed to the checkout page, where they’ll have multiple payment options available, including credit/debit card payments, digital wallets, and other secure online payment methods. We utilise encrypted payment gateways to safeguard sensitive financial information, ensuring confidentiality throughout the transaction process. Once the purchase is confirmed, customers will receive a detailed invoice outlining their order and payment confirmation via email. Our goal is to provide a hassle-free and transparent payment experience, ensuring convenience and trust for every SynergyFiit customer.

Is it safe to order online?

Absolutely! At SynergyFiit, safeguarding our customers’ security is our utmost priority. We are dedicated to providing you with a secure browsing experience on our website, free from any external interference or fraudulent activities.
To guarantee your safety, we employ industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology throughout our checkout process. This ensures that all sensitive data, including personal information like your name, address, and payment details, remains completely secure. Your information is encrypted and cannot be compromised while being transmitted between your computer and our website.

What is ‘MasterCard® SecureCode™’ and ‘Verified by Visa’?

‘MasterCard® SecureCode™’ and ‘Verified by Visa’ are both online security measures designed to enhance the security of online credit and debit card transactions.

MasterCard® SecureCode™: It is a security feature offered by MasterCard that adds an extra layer of protection when making online purchases. It works similarly to a PIN for ATM transactions. When you make a purchase at a participating online merchant, you may be prompted to enter your SecureCode, which is usually a password or code associated with your MasterCard. This helps verify that you are the authorised cardholder and adds a level of protection against unauthorised use of your card for online transactions.

Verified by Visa: Similar to MasterCard® SecureCode™, Verified by Visa is a security protocol developed by Visa to provide additional security for online purchases made with Visa cards. It involves a password or some other form of identity verification that the cardholder must provide during the checkout process at participating online retailers. This extra step helps ensure that the person making the transaction is the legitimate cardholder, reducing the risk of unauthorised card use.

Both of these systems are designed to reduce the likelihood of fraudulent transactions when making purchases online by verifying the identity of the cardholder. They are voluntary programs, but many banks and card issuers encourage their customers to enroll for added security when shopping online.