*** All Prices are in $FJD & Exclusive of Delivery Costs***
Courts Fiji Payment Options
Payments for purchases must be paid by valid Credit Card
Orders can also be made via:
• Fax Order
• Email Order
Please contact Customer Care :firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
ISP Email Address
When ordering please supply your ISP email address or company email address and a landline telephone phone number wherever possible. Verifying “free” email addresses (such as Yahoo, Hotmail, msn, Hanmail and Gmail etc) and mobile phone numbers can slow down the processing of your order.
Credit Card Order
We accept Visa and MasterCard & American Express Credit Cards. Your card details can be entered with confidence via our secure 256-bit SSL payment entry page hosted by DPS New Zealand.
Convenient Fax, Email Ordering
If you prefer not to enter your credit card details via our secure page, simply fax or email your order and preferred mode of payment details to us.
If you select the Online Banking option when you place your order, we will advise you of our bank account details for you to pay on-line, through TT or over the counter. Once the payment is credited to our bank account we will be able to process your order.
Courts Fiji Bank Details
* Account Name: Courts Fiji
* Bank & Account number: (please contact us through Email, Facsimile or Phone)
Card Identification Code
For security reasons, when paying by Credit Card, in addition to entering your name, card number and expiry date, we also require you to enter your Credit Card’s “CIC” (Card Identification Code). This is to help reduce the fraudulent use of Credit Cards.
What is the Credit Card Identification Code (CIC)?
The CIC code was introduced by various credit card issuing organizations in order to help protect against credit card fraud in automated transactions like e-Commerce.
The CIC code is a series of digits (generally a number) generated by the institution that issues the credit card. The digits do not appear in the card’s magnetic stripe or in the card’s embossed (raised) print. Instead, the digits are printed on the card using standard printing technologies which are intended to be read by human eyes rather than automatically by machines.
Locating your Credit Card Identification Code (CIC)
For Visa & MasterCard: The CIC is the 3 digit number at the end of the 16 digit printed card number, located on the back of the card. In some cases you may see only the last 4 digits of your card number with the additional 3 digit CIC following.
If you have difficulty locating your Card Identification Code, you may call the Credit Card Company or Courts Fiji for assistance.