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Completing On-Line Forms | Credit Card Payments

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On-Line Transactions

 

Completing On-Line Forms

  • Each on-line form contains fields (blank boxes).  You should type the responses to the questions in these fields.
  • You can tab between fields or use your mouse to move into a field.
  • Click the "submit" or "continue" button to move to the next section of the form.
  • Mandatory fields are identified by a blue M mandatory field indicator You must type a response into these fields in order to continue.
  • If the form requires you to enter information in a specified manner (ie. dd/mm/yy),  you should ensure that you follow the pattern.
  • Certain fields are validated as you submit and may return an error message if you have input incorrect data.  These errors are identified with a red cross symbol error message If you place your cursor over a red cross symbol the screen will display the nature of the error.
  • When you have completed and submitted the form you will be given a reference number.  You should make a note of this number and use it in any future correspondence with us.

Credit Card Payments

  • You can make a credit/debit card payment with any of the following cards: Delta, Visa, Mastercard, Solo, Switch, JCB
  • You will be required to provide your personal details, details of the account you wish to make a payment for, plus your credit card details.
  • Complete the form as described above.
  • Your details are submitted over a secure server which means that the transaction is encrypted from the moment it leaves your PC until it reaches our server.
  • The transaction is validated on-line and the money will be taken by the bank within 24 hours
  • Please note, we do not store any credit cards details.

Adobe Acrobat Documents

 

Viewing Adobe Acrobat (PDF) Documents

  • Each link to a PDF document is identified by the PDF logo .
  • The file size of the document will also be displayed on the link.
  • If you cannot view Acrobat documents you can download the free Adobe Reader here - click on the "Get Adobe Reader" logo below.

Customising the way you view the site

 

Increasing the size of text

  • If you experience difficulty reading the text on our website, you may want to alter the size. To increase text size you need to change a setting on your internet browser.
  • Internet Explorer users should click View > Text Size > ...  and select from the options
  • Netscape users should click View > Increase Font
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