Website Development Billing Options
We offer three different billing options for our web development packages. Below you will find information on the billing options that are available.
This billing option is well-suited for those that have already worked with us in the past, and are confident in the quality of work we provide.
If you choose to pay in advance you'll receive a 20% discount on the website development costs.
With this billing option payments are made as the website development progresses.
This option is great for people that want to spread the cost of a new website over a longer period of time. The website is fully yours to use while you pay off the development costs.
As is typical of installment plans, there is an interest charge when using this payment method.
Payment Methods: We accept payments via credit card, PayPal, and Interac e-Transfer (Canada only). Payment for Rent-to-Own websites are currently only accepted via credit card.
Interest Rate: The current interest rate charged for Rent-to-Own websites is 20%. Interest is rolled into your monthly payments.
If I choose the Rent-to-Own billing option, how long must I make monthly payments for?
The billing term for Rent-to-Own websites is 24 months.
Can I pay off the Rent-to-Own payment balance BEFORE the end of the billing term?
Yes! There are NO early payment penalties! Please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or open a Support Ticket, and we will calculate your final payment amount.
I chose the Rent-to-Own billing option but now I no longer want/need the website. What do I do?
Please submit a written request via e-mail at email@example.com, or open a Support Ticket, at least thirty (30) days before your next payment is due. We will cancel your renewal and no further invoices will be generated. We will also take down your website and it will no longer be live on the web.
Please see our Refund Policy for more details.
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