Payment methods

Payment methods include PayPal and Credit cards.

PayPal is a safer, easier way to send and receive money online. When you select PayPal as the payment method, you will be linked to the PayPal site where you can make payment.

PayPal can be used to purchase items by Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express), Debit Card, or E-check (i.e. using your regular Bank Account).

  1. After viewing your items on your shopping cart page, you can click and check out with PayPal. Then you will leave our site and enter PayPal’s website.
  2. You can sign in to your PayPal account, or you can create a new one if you haven’t got one.
  3. You can use the PayPal as you want according to the on-screen instructions.

Usually, PayPal e-check will take 3-5 business days to be confirmed by PayPal.

The reasons why we suggest you use PayPal:

  • Payment is traceable. By using your PayPal account, you can trace the status of your payment.
  • When you make payment for your order, you don’t need to use your credit card online (you can transfer directly from your bank account).
  • When you use your credit card through PayPal, nobody will see your credit card number, which will minimize the risk of unauthorized use.

If you’re Mac runs slow, there are several things that you can do to address the issue. First, you can open the Activity Monitor to check for memory usage issues. Pick the processes that are causing the issue and click Quit. It is possible to stop the process if it takes up too much memory. Alternately, you could utilize the System Memory tab to check for any slow processes running in your Mac.

Another reason that could be behind your Mac’s speediness is processor. If your program which is making use of CPU, you should stop it. To do this, open the Activity Monitor and click”X” or the “X” button that is located below the small window’s buttons. If you’re unsure of which apps are taking up the most CPU Try doing a Google search on them. It will give you a pretty good idea of which applications are causing your Mac to run slowly.

The performance of your Mac might also become slower in the event that it’s loaded with many applications. Too many applications consume too much memory and make the operating system slow. Try deleting files that you don’t use, or simply move them to another drive. Open Activity Monitor to see a run-time list of processes running on your Mac. Some errors will be visible – it is an indication that your computer is running too many programs simultaneously.