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We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB and Diners Club. We also accept debit cards.
Select this method if you want your order to be processed and dispatched as quickly as possible.
If you have a PayPal account you can pay using PayPal. When selecting PayPal as a payment method you will be redirected to PayPal to confirm your payment before your order is accepted. Payments are reconciled instantly for fast processing of your order.
Payment during checkout can also be processed through your Shopify Pay, Apple Pay and Google Pay accounts. Payments are reconciled instantly for fast processing of your order.
We can accept bank deposit payments on all orders. Simply place an order and choose bank deposit as your payment method during checkout. Once payment has cleared in our account we will get your order sent.
Please use your order number as a deposit reference
Account name: Jumpflex
Account number: 3302373209
Affirm finance is available during Checkout.
To learn more please visit Affirm.
What are Affirm’s fees?
The annual percentage rate (APR) on an Affirm loan ranges from 0% to 30%. Affirm discloses any required fees upfront before you make a purchase, so you know exactly what you will pay for your financing. Affirm does not charge any hidden fees, including annual fees.
Why is my Affirm interest rate so high?
When Affirm determines your annual percentage rate (APR), it evaluates a number of factors, including your credit score and other data about you. If you finance future purchases with Affirm, you may be eligible for a lower APR depending on your financial situation at the time of purchase.
This APR calculator will give you an idea of how much interest you actually pay: https://www.affirm.com/apr-calculator/.When you consider Affirm financing, carefully evaluate the loan terms that Affirm offers you and determine whether the monthly payments fit your budget.
How is interest on an Affirm loan calculated?
Affirm calculates the annual percentage rate (APR) of a loan using simple interest, which equals the rate multiplied by the loan amount and by the number of months the loan is outstanding.
This model differs from compound interest, in which the interest expense is calculated on the loan amount and the accumulated interest on the loan from previous periods. Think about compound interest as “interest on interest,” which can increase the loan amount. Credit cards, for example, use compound interest to calculate the interest expense on outstanding credit card debt.