Payment Methods

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Your card is authorised by PayPal using their highly secure bank servers. You do not need to be registered with PayPal to use this method. We do not store credit card details nor do we share financial details with any 3rd parties

Here's how to pay by card without registering for Pay Pal


If you are a registered member of PayPal simply log in when asked and pay in the usual way. You will be afforded PayPal member benefits and protections as shown. You can register to be a PayPal member should you wish to do so.



You may transfer funds direct to our Bank Account using the details below. Your order is not processed until funds are received in our bank so you should allow up to three extra days for your order to arrive.

(Remember to advise us by email and include your order number in the reference field requested by your bank.

Where you forget to do this we will do our best to match payments to orders but cannot accept responsibility for delays caused as a consequence.

Our bank details are:-

Account Name:Tower Trophies
Bank:Lloyds Bank
Sort Code:30-98-97
Account Number:†66595068
Reference:????? Your order number

Please remember to email us when you have made the transfer to ensure that your order is dispatched quickly.

PUBLIC SECTOR INVOICE - Schools, NHS, Government offices ETC.

Invoice Terms and Conditions
We will invoice goods that are delivered to Public Sector Organisation addresses only, against an official SIGNED purchase order.

You need to include the details of the person authorised to pay, together with a direct dial telephone number and email address.

†If a Purchase Order number is required on the invoice the original signed PO should be scanned and emailed to immediately following the placing of an an order.

By issuing a signed PO you agree to make immediate payment, direct to our Bank, upon receipt of your ordered goods. Specifically we do not offer credit facilities and where payment becomes

overdue we will make an administration charge of £10 for each occasion that overdue notices are issued.

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