Review and Checkout
Review your shopping cart and make changes as needed.
When you are ready, proceed to checkout by tapping the checkout button below. Payment options will be:
- credit card or debit card,
- Paypal, or
- Cards stored in your Amazon account (you don’t have to go find your card).
Florida Sales Tax
Residents of FL are required to pay state sales tax.
If you have logged in as a returning customer, sales tax has been applied on this page.
If you are new customer, sales tax will be automatically calculated at checkout when you provide your mailing address.
I do not have the ability to exempt sales tax from my checkout process. If you are a Florida non-profit, and want to reclaim your sales tax paid, you must provide me a scan of your consumer certificate of exemption via email and I will send a check for the tax you paid.
What about VAT?
If you are in the EU we have to charge your country VAT.
If you have a valid VAT number, there is an option on the checkout page to add your number and remove the VAT from your price. No VAT will be added if you are outside EU.
What happens once I click the “Proceed to Checkout” button?
You will be taken to a secure page where you can fill in your credit/debit card or access your Amazon account.
I accept the following payment types:
- Credit Card: American Express, Discover, Visa, Mastercard
- Debit Card: Same as above.
- Paypal: debit, credit, paypal balance, e-check (e-check takes 3-5 days per paypal rules)
- Amazon Payments: if you want to use a card you have stored already at Amazon, use Amazon Payments. This is helpful if you don’t have your card with you or easily available at this moment.
With all credit / debit cards, I will never see the card numbers except for the last four on the card, which helps identify transactions when refunds or failure analysis is needed.
Your card will be verified instantly, though sometimes it might take up to 30 seconds.
Download products will be instantly available if the transaction is complete.
A note about DVD Products
DVDs are in the NTSC format and playable on most DVD players in the United States and Canada.
Countries where PAL is the format, you will need to verify if your player will accept and play an NTSC format. I cannot guarantee your DVDs will play, though I understand that many PAL players will read an NTSC format.
NTSC is common in Canada and the United States.
PAL is common in Europe and parts of Asia.
As with our products, there is a 365 day money back guarantee and no hassle refunds.
I’m the only one in customer service and will address your questions promptly when I’m on-line.
Reach me here.
A word about video products
DVD products are usually recorded in front of a live audience, and the Webinars are recorded power points. I am a solo operator and don’t have the budget or staff for Hollywood quality productions.