Payment methods

Currently we accept online payments via Credit/Debit Cards (LKR)/PayPal(USD), Bank transfers/deposits (Sampath/Commercial Banks) and mobile payments via eZcash/mCash. You can use any convenient payment method to settle your invoices.

Bank Transfer

We accept bank transfers/deposits from any Commercial or Sampath Bank account. Once your order has been placed, you will receive the invoice email with our bank account information. You can settle the payments and call us at +94 777 747 845/+94 317 201 155 during working hours or simply drop us an email to for the confirmation.


Please select "Visa/Master/eZcash/mCash" as the payment method while placing your order. You will be automatically forwarded to our 100% PCI complaint payment gateway to settle your payments in Sri Lankan Rupees (LKR) once the order is placed. After the payment , it will be automatically confirmed within few seconds. No transaction/currency conversion fee will be added and you will only be charged the exact amount mentioned in your invoice if you use this method for Visa/Master Credit/Debit Cards, Dialog eZ Cash, Mobitel mCash or Sampath PayApp. Please note that you will be charged an additional processing fee (4% + Rs.60/per payment) if you use the payment method for bank transfers.

This payment method is only available for Sri Lankan residents to settle payments in Sri Lankan Rupees (LKR).


Please select "PayPal" as the payment method while placing your order. You will be automatically forwarded to PayPal once the order has been placed. Once the payment has been done via PayPal, it will be automatically confirmed by us within few minutes.

- How to settle payments via credit/debit card?

It’s very simple; you can easily create a new PayPal account within seconds and link your credit/debit card to settle the payment.

- Why PayPal?

Click here to know why it’s secure and safe to use PayPal than directly providing your credit card information -

For further assistance, please contact us on +94 777 747 845 during working hours.

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