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Australian customers can pay by four different methods.


Cash. Yes we do still accept cash! But this is only good if you are going to come and pick your parts up from us. Please do not send cash to us by the mail or any other way.

Credit card. This is our preferred method of payment for most spare parts orders. We accept Mastercard, Visa card and American Express. There is a 2% surcharge on American Express transactions due to there high commission rates. To pay by credit card we need the following information sent to us.

Card number, expiry date and the name on the card.

The best way to give us this information is to ring us on our toll free number 1300 787 300. If this is not suitable you can either fax it to us on (02) 6280 4596 or e-mail it to us here spares@mbspares.com.au There is no need to be concerned about giving us your credit card details. We process thousands of mail and phone orders every year and have to date not had any hassles. This is a record we are proud of and intend to keep!

Direct Deposit. You can pay direct into our bank account. To do this you will need our banking details. For obvious reasons we do not have these posted on the website. Please ring us on 1300 787 300 to ask for the banking details. When you have made the deposit we will need a faxed copy of the deposit receipt that has been stamped by the bank that you have paid the money into before the goods are sent to you.

Cheque. We do accept personal cheques, however goods will not be sent until the funds have cleared. We have a daily method of checking our account and would normally know within three days if a cheque has been cleared.



Overseas customers can pay by three different methods.

All payments need to be done in Australian dollars. This is an important fact. If we receive payment by any other currency it costs us to convert this currency to Australian dollars.

Credit card. It is for the reason above that we prefer to be paid by credit card. Payment by credit card is the easiest method of solving the currency exchange problem. We will bill your credit card in Australian dollars and the appropriate amount will appear on your statement in your local currency. Have a look here to find a currency exchange converter. XE.com - The Universal Currency Converter (tm) There is no need to be concerned about giving us your credit card details. We process thousands of mail and phone orders every year and have to date not had any hassles. This is a record we are proud of and intend to keep!

Direct deposit. You can pay direct into our Bank account, but once again this MUST be in Australian dollars. To do this you will need our banking details. For obvious reasons we do not have these posted on the website. Please email us at spares@mbspares.com.au to ask for the banking details. When you have made the deposit we will need a faxed copy of the deposit receipt that has been stamped by the bank that you have paid the money into before the goods are sent to you. You also need to make sure that your bank pays all the fees and gets the exchange rate right. If there is a shortfall we will not ship the goods. (sorry if this sound tough, but we have been caught out once to many times)

Bank Cheque. If you can find a bank that will issue a Cheque in Australian dollars this will be fine. We will ship the goods the same day as the cheque arrives.

For more information contact:
John Green