At Barbaware, we understand that you might be concerned with entering your credit card info online. Because we understand this, we’ll never ask you for banking information. There, you see? Total peace of mind. So, in order to provide you with impeccable service and a great overall shopping experience, we offer only two payment methods: PayPal and Bitcoin.
If you don't know about PayPal by now, then you're probably living in a cave in the wilderness somewhere—and you sure don't have an Internet connection! That's because PayPal is the largest online payment platform in the world. With its millions of users and contracts with hundreds of thousands of businesses, to date, it has undoubtedly been the Internet’s simplest, most secure way to pay. Offering compatibility with dozens of payment methods—including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, bank accounts, etc.—and availability in more than 203 countries, PayPal offers unparalleled security and convenience when it comes to your bank information. You can also use the service with 22 different currencies.
Why is it so safe? The reason why is quite simple: when you sign up for PayPal, you enter those credit cards and bank accounts that you want to use when you're shopping online. Once you’ve entered information into your PayPal account, you'll never have to disclose your credit card or banking information online ever again. By paying with PayPal, your information stays within the PayPal system only. This means that you can shop without worrying about data that is poorly protected or that can be intercepted by hackers. This is the opposite of being forced to store that same data on the customer account of a commercial website.
PayPal also offers a claim and litigation service, which ensures that you'll get support if you want to fight for a refund because you feel that you've been wronged. PayPal also allows simple and quick refunds. If Barbaware has to refund you, you'll receive a refund immediately. It will be deposited directly to your credit card statement or the bank account by which you originally paid.
Barbaware's core values are strongly aligned with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies—trust, hunger, and more importantly freedom—for these reasons, we are proud to take the leap into this revolution of the monetary system as we know it.
For payment processing, we are using Bitpay—which was founded in 2011, during the early days of the bitcoin and is now the largest Bitcoin payment processor in the world. Bitpay is by far the
Taxes and Sale Fees
As per Canadian laws, Barbaware adds Canadian taxes to the final selling price. How much an order is taxed depends on the address it's being shipped to; provincial taxes apply automatically. These taxes are mandated by the provincial governments, and Barbaware doesn't benefit from their imposition.
If your delivery address is located outside of Canada, then you belong to the category of international customers. Therefore, Barbaware does not add any taxes to the final selling price, so you're responsible for all applicable fees imposed by your country, including (but not limited to) taxes, local taxes, import duties and others. These fees are not collected by Barbaware, but instead by your government or local carrier. All of our packages that are shipped internationally are registered as being “DDU” (Duty and Taxes Unpaid). If such fees can be applied to your order, you won't be able to recover your goods without paying these fees. As such, we highly recommend that you contact your local customs office to determine what these costs are so that you can avoid any surprises.
Although Barbaware doesn't host payments in its system, we don't skimp on safety. In this context, the Barbaware websites are all protected by an SSL certificate. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates refer to a security technology that establishes an encrypted connection between a web server and a browser. Also, the SSL certificates are now a standard in the online shopping industry. These encrypted connections ensure that all data sent between the server and the browser remains private and complete. To see our SSL certificate, just click on the green lock beside our URL.