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 Question : I work for an educational institution in the United Kingdom. Can I pay by cheque or BACS?
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Yes.

If you are ordering on behalf of a day nursery, school, college, NHS Trust or other educational or training establishment in the United Kingdom, you can pay by cheque or BACS. 

To order without paying by credit or debit card, you can either:

a) Fax, post or email us a Purchase Order from your institution, quoting the ISBNs (please see below).
b) Order through our website, using the School Account button at the final stage to complete the order.

We will then process your order.  When the order has been dispatched, we will send an invoice separately to your finance department by post, so that your educational institution can pay for your order by cheque or BACS.

Our fax number: 01242 291662.

Our postal address: Educational Department, Pickabook, Unit 1, Invicta Business Park, London Rd, Wrotham, Kent TN15 7RJ, United Kingdom. 

Our email address: educational@pickabook.co.uk

For schools which have shopped with us before, we are happy to take orders by telephone on 01242 308801.

If you have any inquiries about placing an order for a UK educational institution, you are welcome to phone us on 01242 308801 or to e-mail us at educational@pickabook.co.uk.

Please note that payment by cheque or BACS is available only if you are an employee ordering on behalf of a UK educational or training institution.  To pay by credit or debit card, please hit the 'Proceed to Pay' button in the shopping basket.

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