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How to place an order with Rejel Automotive Supplier

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Rejel offers customers a choice of payment method. Checkout on our Rejel website is powered by PayPal which is a payment gateway that lets our customers use their credit/debit card or PayPal account to pay for their order. You don't need a PayPal account to complete your purchase and nor are you required to register your details on PayPal.

Steps to completing order payment 

  • Check your shopping cart before proceeding to checkout
  • On 'Your Shopping Cart' you have the option of either clicking on ' Proceed to Checkout', clicking on the 'PayPal icon or clicking on one of the card icons
  • 'Proceed to Checkout' - compete checkout either as a registered customer with Rejel or as a guest completing required billing and shipping details before clicking on 'Proceed to 'Payment'
  • You will then be taken to PayPal when you can proceed using your registered PayPal account or 'Pay by Debit or Credit Card' as illustrated on the second image
  • Or at 'Your Shopping Cart' page you can click on either the PayPal icon if you have a PayPal account or click on a card icon to proceed to PayPal Gust Checkout as illustrated on the third image below

Unfortunately, PayPal does not allow direct credit card payments in all cases. Sometimes PayPal might believe by checking your browser's cookies that you actually own a PayPal account. You might try deleting your cookies to get around this.

Please Contact Us on 01234 273388 if you require any further assistance with your online order.

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