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Why pay with your credit card?

Paying with your credit card means one less thing to remember.

You obviously have enough on your mind. Remembering to make monthly payments is one thing we’re aiming to take off your list. Making payments via EFT or depositing cash into our bank account is a ridiculous, unnecessary bother. What about remembering to leave enough cash in your account if you pay via debit order? Credit card payments are quick, hassle-free and require much less admin from your side. Here are some of the benefits:

Quicker payment allocations

When we bill your credit card the payment gets allocated to your account within 24 hours as opposed to 2 – 3 days. That’s credit into your account for the services you need right away.

You’re less likely to get suspended

If you have a valid credit card loaded onto your account you are less likely to face account suspension due to missing an EFT payment or a bouncing debit order. We will remember to bill you instead of expecting you to remember.

No paperwork

No one likes paperwork. Having a debit order instruction requires us to do some paperwork with you. The same with EFT payments, you need to send us the proof each time you pay. Credit card payments take away this hassle altogether.

Manage your cards from your Customer Zone

Paying Webafrica with your card means you have control over your payments by managing your preferred card via the customer zone. Is your card about to expire? No problem. We’ll notify you ahead of time.

Benefit from your bank’s rewards program

Most banks now offer you rewards for using your card to make payments. Why not benefit from this concept? Check your bank’s website to see what you earn each time you spend with your card.

How to switch?

We will show you exactly how to switch with our interactive tutorial.

In addition to credit cards, we also accept any chipped cheque cards.

Please note: All Webafrica deals and packages are subject to change without notification. These include our terms and conditions as it relates to costs and deal/package structures for all of our service providers.

Updated on September 1, 2020

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