Making your payment securely online
How much can I spend online?
We are able to process transactions online up to the value of £20,000.
Can I claim VAT back on my purchase made online?
Purchases and sales of antiques are dealt with under the margin scheme for VAT with the EU so no VAT can be reclaimed.
How can I pay in my chosen currency?
We offer payments in Pounds Sterling, US Dollars and Euros. Simply choose which you would prefer to use at the checkout.
What payments does Mallett accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, American Express, Diners, JCB and China Union Pay cards.
If you'd prefer to pay by bank transfer, please contact us directly.
Is making a payment secure?
All transactions on this website are processed using Wirecard, a secure online payment gateway that encrypts your card details in a secure host environment.
Can I store my credit card details for later purchases?
Mallett also provides the option for you to safely store your credit card details, making it quicker and simpler to shop with us. Your full card details will never be displayed, except for the last four digits so that you know which of your cards you are using. You can delete your card details by unchecking the box "remember my payment details" on the payment page.
Please note that you will need to re-enter card details if you change or add a new address. This means that if someone guesses your password and tries to place an order using your account, they will be unable to do so to any address other than those you have already saved. We hope you understand that this is a valuable precaution designed to protect your personal information.
Is Mallett's website secure?
To help ensure that your shopping experience is safe, simple and secure Mallett uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. This encrypts and protects the data you send to us over the internet. If SSL is enabled then you will see a padlock at the top of your browser and you can click on this to find out information about the SSL digital certificate registration.
You will also notice that when you look at the location (URL) field at the top of the browser you will see it begin with 'https:' instead of the normal 'http:'. This means that you are in secure mode.