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We have updated section four of our terms and conditions relating to website hosting and domain name registration/renewal to reflect changes to the way we accept payment.

With immediate effect we will no longer be accepting payments via bank transfer, unless expressly agreed in writing with your account manager after Thursday 13th August 2015. Any existing scheduled payments should be cancelled and we encourage you to set up a Direct Debit.

All account numbers and sort codes previously provided by O’Brien Media Limited (whether via email  or in previously issued invoices) are no longer valid for payment and we advise you to delete any information you have stored in online or telephone banking systems.

Going forward website hosting and domain name renewal payments will need to be made via credit or debit card or by Direct Debit. In line with these changes we can now accept card payments over the phone or online via the payment links provided on your invoice and in your renewal reminder emails.

We can also now securely store your payment information for future renewals to ensure that they are automatically processed to prevent disruption to your website and email service. The systems that store your payment information are PCI Level 1 compliant and fully secure.

We’re making these changes to keep our administration and payment processing costs as low as possible, which will avoid an increase in website hosting and domain name charges.

You can find an updated copy of our terms and conditions here.

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