Ways To Pay
What types of credit/debit cards do you take?
Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, JCB, Discover, Diners Club, Prepaid & Gift Cards.
How does the charge show on my credit card statement?
Your credit card statement will show it was charged by: MMLLC-NV 323 606 9634
Do you accept cryptocurrency payments?
Yes. We accept Bitcoin and Litecoin. Instructions are provided at checkout upon selecting cryptocurrency as your payment.
Do you accept mail in cash payments?
Yes. Details are provided at checkout by selecting mail in payment.
Will I be able to use a prepaid card I bought from a local store?
Yes. As long as it has the Visa or MasterCard logo on it you can shop till you drop. Below are some details for getting a prepaid card:
PREPAID CREDIT CARDS
Prepaid Credit Cards are available for your convenience, and as an alternative payment option for use on our website.
Load any amount of cash
No bank account needed
No credit check
No hidden fees
WAL-MART MONEY CARD
"The card, which the retail giant is calling the Wal-Mart MoneyCard, can be loaded with paychecks, direct deposit or cash... They can be used at all locations where Visa is accepted and at automated teller machines... All money loaded onto the cards are FDIC-insured. The cards cost $8.95 and do not carry any fees to load or to withdraw cash or check cash balances...
Customers will be able to use them as if they were credit cards to charge merchandise, pay bills, buy gasoline and shop online... Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart said the card is available on a nationwide basis in the retailer's roughly 4,000 stores.
Please note, we are not endorsing any of the pre-paid credit card companies mentioned here. There are many to choose from. We are simply providing you with only a few examples for your convenience.
Here are Samples of Pre-paid Credit Card
Prepaid credit card available online at Green Dot (immediate credit card)
Participating Wal-Mart locations
Prepaid credit card available at all MoneyGram agent locations
Pre-paid credit cards are quick and easy to activate and do not require you to get a credit check or have a bank account. Generally, all you need are two forms of I.D. and verify your address, that's it. Then, just load the credit card with the amount of cash you want, or direct deposit (however you choose to set it up) and since you pre-pay you avoid all the hassles of interest and "other payments" associated with a regular credit card, but still maintain all of the protection benefits as you would with a regular credit card.