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We offer both Mastercard and VISA to customers in most countries. American Express is no option at this point.

If your payment gets declined by your card issuer, the best thing you can do is to use another card or contact your card provider to allow the transaction. Some banks offer the option to adjust these settings online yourself.

When will my credit card payment be transferred

Weedseedsexpress doesn’t charge transaction costs for a credit card payment.

Very annoying for you as a consumer, because a credit card is a widely used payment method and one of the easiest ways to make a safe purchase. Especially for those living in the USA, Canada and Australia but also for citizens in many other countries.

For the statement of your credit card we use a discrete description not related to marijuana seeds. The statement we use will be shown in the payment confirmation email.

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QCS has been supplying Canada and the rest of the world with great seeds for two decades, and their website has been active for 15 years. Choose from regular or special edition seeds, outdoor, indoor, feminized, autoflower, and much more.

The purpose of this review is to lay out the details of the top seed banks online.

This site is geared to users with experience and is one of the most trusted companies that ships to the US. Each year, growers can submit their crops in photo form to the “Photo Cup” competition.

  • Website is full of cheesy ads
  • Steep delivery charges and insurance
  • Reviews on the site seem biased