Electronic items, like music downloads, can also be used to pay bills, as long as you have a credit or debit card.
If you don’t have a card, it may be possible to use electronic item logos as well.1.
Select the option for the item you want to pay with a credit/debit card.2.
Click on “Pay with an Electronic Item.”3.
Select a card number and the amount to be charged.4.
Click the “Continue” button.5.
Enter the card number, the amount you want charged, and the “Return Policy” page.6.
Check the “Confirm” box if you want the payment to go through.
If you’re using a card that doesn’t have an embedded logo, you can still pay for the card by inserting your credit card in a “pay with a card” page, but it may not be as accurate as the one shown above.
This is because the logo is already in the card and will still appear.
To see how it looks in person, check out our How to Pay Card FAQs page.
To avoid any confusion, check the “Cancel” button after you’ve selected your payment method.
This method will only work for cardholders that are at least 21 years old and have a valid, non-refundable credit or card account.
If you want a refund, it’ll be refunded on the date the card was purchased, not the day the cardholder cancels.
The easiest way to use an electronic item logo is to create an account at the checkout and scan the card to your card reader, as shown below.
If that doesn’ work, try the following:1.
Make sure you have the correct credit or bank account information.2,4.
Scan the card using a QR code reader, which will be displayed on your screen as the QR code.
Insert the credit or credit card into the machine.6,7.
If the machine says “Processing”, “Confirmation” or “Confirmed”, tap the “Pay” button and pay for it using the electronic item name.8.
If you don’ have a debit or credit Card, the card reader will ask you to verify your account before you can pay with it.
To do this, follow these steps:1) Enter your credit or banking information, as described in the next section.2) Once your information has been verified, tap the credit/bank card reader.
3) If the card shows a “No Charge” message, you’re done.
To make sure you don t get a refund or chargeback, contact your bank and ask them to remove the card from your account.
If they tell you to pay on the next business day, you will get a prompt to do so.