Frequently Asked Questions
Our online store, at b2ps.com/shop, accepts American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa credit cards as payment. For manual orders, we also accept wire transfers, cheques and Purchase Orders. If you would like to use one of those payment methods please contact us at [email protected].
At checkout you have the option to select different levels of service from our Courier. e.g. one-day or three-day delivery within North America. Once you have placed your order we typically ship within one to two business days.
From our online store, we are able to ship across the world. To see if the country to which you wish to ship is supported on our store, put product(s) into your cart and start the checkout process. When providing the address, you will be presented with a complete list of countries currently supported. If the country you seek isn’t on the list, please contact [email protected].
Please Note: For destinations outside North Amerrica, any applicable duties and taxes would not be determined, known by, or owed to B2 but would be payable to courier or local customs broker prior to delivery.
Cross border transaction fees, also known as International transaction fees, are fees that may be charged by your financial institution based on your credit card agreement with them. Our invoices and payment processing are based out of Canada, so if you use a U.S. issued card to make a purchase from B2, it would be considered a cross border transaction.
B2 does not charge this fee and has no visibility or influence into the amount.
We offer an expired card (Test Card 18) in the B2 Interop EMV Test Card Set.
Yes. We have a 2-card UAT-FLASH BIN ’00’ Test Card Set that can be purchased from our online store.
Many processors outside of Canada do not yet support the Interac Flash BIN ‘0012xx’ used for these cards. If not, the cards should be accepted by the POS but, will not obtain a host approval. Please contact your acquirer account representative to determine if the Interac Flash BIN range is supported on their development host.