Payment Options

What are your current payment options

We currently accept the following payment options…


Checks are subject to a 6 business day hold.

Customers who have purchased through us using echecks at least twice will not be subject to the 6 business day hold. To speed up shipping customers can send us a screenshot of the check clearing their account, we will need to see the dollar amount of the check as well as the date. Once received we will ship within 1 business day.

Fill in your Routing number (always 9 digits long) and checking account number below. Your billing phone number must match the number on file with your bank.

Funds may not immediately be withdrawn from your account. Some banks take up to 5 days to process echecks. Please make sure funds are available to process your payment.

We do not accept checks from BanCorp.

Cash App

Cash App is, quite simply, an app for sending and receiving money. Users can create a free account that will then let them instantly send or receive money from other users within the same country. 

Once you download the Cash App app, you choose a unique username, which the company calls a $cashtag. Users can also be found using the phone number or email address tied to their account. 

How Cash App works
You can add funds to your Cash App account using a debit card linked to an existing bank account. You can also transfer funds from your Cash App account to your bank account, a process that usually takes two to three days.

During check out select the option for cash app and in the order comments you can tell us your $cashtag so we can request payment from you.


Venmo allows you to pay and request money from your friends. At its core, Venmo provides a social way to pay your friends when you owe them money and don’t want to deal with cash.

Funding sources

When setting up your Venmo account, one of the first things you do is decide how you want to pay people, also known as setting your funding source. In Venmo, you can pay people from any of the following:

  1. Your Venmo balance (if you have access to a Venmo balance)
  2. A credit/debit card (imagine being able to pay a friend directly from your credit card)
  3. A U.S. bank account 

Find the Pay or Request button on the home screen—it will either say “Pay or Request,” or it will look like a pencil and a square. You can add as many friends as you’d like to pay or charge, the amount, and a note. Once you’re ready, tap “Request” or “Pay” depending on the action you want to take, and you should be all set!

During check out select the option for Venmo and in the order comments you can tell us your username or phone number so we can request payment from you.

Follow the instructions below to sign up for Venmo:

  1. Download one of our mobile apps: iOS & Android (Venmo does not have a Windows app)
  2. Open the Venmo app
  3. Choose your sign up method and create a secure password (between 8 and 32 characters long). 
  4. Verify your phone number and email address 
  5. Add and verify your bank account 

Apple Pay

Apple Pay is easy and works with the Apple devices you use every day. You can make secure purchases in stores, in apps, and on the web. And you can send and receive money from friends and family right in Messages. Apple Pay is even simpler than using your physical card, and safer too.

During check out select the option for Apple Pay and in the order comments you can tell us your Apple ID or phone number so we can request payment from you.


Coinbase Commerce is a platform that helps merchants anywhere in the world accept cryptocurrency payments in a fully decentralized way.

How this works

  • When you want to pay a merchant, we will display instructions on how to send funds directly to this merchant, and monitor the blockchain for your transaction.
  • After a valid payment is detected, we will notify the merchant so they can take any necessary actions on their end.

All payments facilitated by Coinbase Commerce are fully decentralized and peer-to-peer. This means that the cryptocurrency goes directly from your wallet to a wallet that is only accessible by the merchant. At no point in this flow does anyone except the merchant, including Coinbase, have access to these funds.