Debit / Credit Cards
We accept all major debit and credit cards- MasterCard, VISA, American Express. Your credit card will be billed and will appear on your credit card statement as “YAK CARPET PRIVATE LIMITED”.
You can also pay for the purchase of your goods through PayPal by logging into your account and transferring the required payment. For those of you who do not have a PayPal account, please log on to paypal.com and create an account which will enable you to send your payment to us.
If you are more comfortable to pay via cheque please mail a cashier’s cheque in the name of “Yak Carpet Private Limited” payable in New Delhi, India and your goods will be dispatched upon clearance of the cheque.
You can also opt to wire transfer the required amount and upon the receipt of the same, your goods shall be dispatched to you immediately.
BANK OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK USA
Swift number: IRVTUS3N
ABA Route Number: 021000018
IBAN Number: 803 3161 825 OF VIJAYA BANK FTMD
Beneficiary: YAK CARPET PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 600 500 301 0000 95
Address of our Bank in New Delhi:
C-31. D.D.A. SHOPPING COMPLEX, DEFENCE COLONY, NEW DELHI-110024 INDIA
We at YAK understand that your personal and credit card data safety is of utmost importance to you. Hence, we have deployed top industry standard security practices to keep your data safe and secure. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data security and ensure correct use of information, we employ security practices and procedures in compliance with Information Technology Act, 2000.
All of our payments are processed through YAK’s highly trusted and industry’s top payment gateway provider CCAvenue. CCAvenue, our backend and our hosting partners use SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption to protect your purchase information. SSL enables encryption (scrambling) of sensitive information during your online transactions.
Although we keep our members safe with all these technologies we suggest, our users are requested to follow and keep in mind the following practices:
- Please do not share your user name and password
- Create passwords that are hard to guess
- Be cautious while using a public computer as they may contain key logger software designed to steal your information
- Always remember to sign out if you are not using your own computer, for safety reasons