We are a New Zealand business based in Auckland New Zealand. Our prices are in New Zealand Dollars NZ$ and all prices shown on the website product pages exclude Goods and Services Tax. GST is calculated separately on the Checkout page at 15%. Unless otherwise stated, prices do not include freight costs. We reserve the right to change our prices without notice.
How Do I Pay?
Payment is to be made in New Zealand dollars and is by credit card only.
Accepted credit cards are: Visa and MasterCard.
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If we are unable to deliver any items, your card will be credited with the full cost and delivery charge for that item debited when the order was placed.
Can I Pay By Account?
You are not able to make payments in instalments or via an account that you hold with a Wyatt Machine Tools.
Contact Regarding Payment and Delivery Details
Wyatt Machine Tools will contact the purchaser of an order to confirm the validity of delivery details supplied if necessary and we will also carry out random security checks.
Wyatt Machine Tools reserves the right to cancel and refund any order that appears to be fraudulent.
Is It Safe To Buy Online With My Credit Card?
Wyatt Machine Tools will provide you with the most secure shopping technology available to us. When you use your credit card on our website, we do not save that information; the details are encrypted and passed directly to the bank through a secure payment gateway ‘DPS – Direct Payment Solutions’. This technology is designed to prevent any unauthorised viewing and downloading of your order information.
DPS also use the security number on your credit card to ensure the person shopping is in possession of the correct card. The CSC - Card Verification Code is a unique three or four digit number that appears on the back of your card, but is not part of your credit card number. The CSC is an extra security feature of your credit card. It is not contained in the magnetic stripe information, nor does it appear on sales receipts or billing statements – you must have the card in your possession in order to use this code. Card security codes are not raised (they are only printed), so they are not scanned into standard credit card readers. In theory, these numbers are only visible to you. When you give your card security code to a merchant, you assist the merchant in verifying that the order is being placed by you, the card holder.