How do I manage the credit cards on my account
Posted by Richard Moran on 28 March 2014 11:13 AM

You can manage the credit/debit cards on your account through your Irish Domains Control panel. Once logged in, you can add a new card, edit or remove an existing card and also set which card you want to use as the "default" payment method for automatic renewals.

To access your credit/debit card information, simply log in to the control panel, then under "Account" section on the home page, select "Payment Methods". A list of cards on the account will be displayed. For Security, out system will only display the last 4 digits of the card number.

To add a new credit or debit card:-

Click on the "Add new credit or debit card" link

- Select card type, enter card number, expiry date and CVV number (last 3 digits on signature strip)

- Enter name on card, card billing address and contact phone number [country code][area code][number]

Under Automatic payments section, you can set the card as the new default payment method for auto-payments and choose whether to immediately pay any pending orders.

- Save

To Edit or Remove an existing card:-

On Payment methods page, choose the card you wish to change by clicking on the relevant link under payment method. Card settings will be displayed.

You can edit the card details (update expiry date, CVV or billing information) by clicking on the "Edit" button at the bottom of the page, or remove the card completely by selecting "Remove this Card" button.


Enable/Disable card for auto-payments (default payment method)

In order for automatic renewals to be processed, you need to set one credit or debit card as the default payment method for automatic payments. On the Payments Method page, the default card (if set) will display as "ON" under Auto-Payments.

To switch on/off auto payments for any card, click on the card link to get into card settings. At bottom of card settings page, select "Enable Auto Payments" or "Disable Auto Payments" as required.



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