GO ELECTRONIC PAYMENT OPTIONS
By Credit Card
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and check cards or ATM cards, as long as they are connected with one of the major credit card companies listed above. You can safely enter your entire credit card number via our secure server, which encrypts all submitted information.
By Check Card
If you are paying with a Visa Check Card, please select Visa from the drop-down menu on the order form. If you're paying with a EuroCard or MasterMoney Card, select MasterCard.
By Check and Postal Money Order
We do accept checks or money orders denominated in U.S. dollars as payment for most orders, however, these orders must be placed via telephone at 1-888-707-8024. Once you have placed your order, you can send payment to the address below. Please be sure to write your e-mail address on the check or money order so we may properly credit your account.
PO Box 1864
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Currently we are only able to accept orders denominated in U.S. dollars or checks denominated in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank. Checks must also have a valid nine-digit bank routing number (ABA code) MICR-encoded on the bottom of the check.
Note: All personal check orders will not ship until the check has cleared from your bank. All returned checks will be subject to the maximum returned check fee allowed by law.
If you are in the United States, paying by personal check typically delays your order two to three weeks.
Available funds from checks are not designated to specific orders. As per Go Electronic policy, we will ship the first available order for which there are sufficient funds.
The Go Electronic Secure Shopping Guarantee
The Go Electronic Secure Shopping Guarantee protects you while you shop at Go Electronic, so that you never have to worry about the security of your credit card information. All information entered during an order is handled with our "SSL" encrypting software. "SSL" stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is a security protocol that encrypts all of your connections with a web server. SSL thwarts eavesdroppers who could "sniff" your internet packets for sensitive information such as passwords and credit card numbers. Thus, SSL has made online commerce viable for all web users.