Make a Payment by Bank Transfer

Use internet banking, telephone banking or by calling into a branch in person.
Free, Fast and Secure. Transfers are completed in less than two hours.

The advantages of paying through a bank are:

  • You do not need a credit or debit card.
  • Most banks offer Faster Payments - the money will be transferred within two hours.
  • You log into your own bank account. The service is free.
  • If you don't have a computer you can use Telephone Banking, or you can walk into a branch of Santander, fill in a paying-in slip, and pay by cash or cheque.

  • How to Make Payment

    Log into your bank account online. Each bank will have a slightly different process, but basically it will be: select MAKE BANK TRANSFER, fill in our Sort Code, our Account Number and the amount, include your name, then click CONFIRM.

    If you don't use internet banking, telephone your bank instead. If you don't use telephone banking, walk into any branch of Santander and pay by cheque or cash.

    Our Bank Details
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    1) Go to our Shopping Cart, choose the files you want then select the payment method, "Bank Transfer" and complete the order. Or you can avoid the Shopping Cart - just choose the files you want and add up the total cost

    2) Follow the instructions above to make payment.

    3) Send us an email or use our Contact form.
    Tell us your name, and your Bank account name if different, the amount paid and the Order Number if you have one. If you do not have an Order Number just tell us which files you want.

    4) Faster Payments are completed within 2 hours. We will then send you a link to download the files. We will also send the files to you by email as file attachments.

    5) If you have ordered Printed Manuals they will be posted to you the same day.

    How Long Does a Bank Transfer Take?

    Within the UK the following banks use the FASTER PAYMENTS system which takes a maximum of two hours:

    Barclays Bank
    Clydesdale (including Yorkshire Bank)
    Co-operative Bank
    Danske (Northern Bank)
    Lloyds Banking Group (Lloyds TSB, Halifax and Bank of Scotland)
    Royal Bank of Scotland Group (including NatWest and Ulster Bank)