Payment Policy

Credit and debit cards (Visa and MasterCard) are currently the only forms of payment accepted for online purchases on the Target furniture website.

You will need to submit your credit card details at the time the order is placed, and at the end of the payment process you will be presented with a confirmation screen containing your receipt number. This page can be printed for your reference. You will also be sent an email confirming this receipt number as soon as your order has been finalised.

If your chosen credit card is declined by your bank, we will not be able to guarantee the delivery of the products, and will contact you to make alternative payment and delivery arrangements.

By inserting your credit card details you authorize www.targetfurniture.co.nz to deduct the order amount from your chosen credit card. Once the items on your order are in stock and are ready for dispatch, one of our customer service representative will be contacting you to arrange a delivery suited to your needs.

We may decide at any time not to accept payment from you by credit card for any reason. If we decline to accept payment, we will not process the Order and contact you to inform you that your Order will not be processed. We may process this Order or further Orders if you make a payment

Credit Card transactions will appear as "Target furniture Franchise Limited" on the card holder's statement.

Our online payment system at www.targetfurniture.co.nz is completely safe. Payments are processed through the secure DPS Payment Express PxPay system. After placing an order your credit card details will be processed through the secure online payment gateway.

Your Transactions are encrypted using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology, the industry standard in e-commerce transaction security. Encryption scrambles the information transmitted across the Internet, including your credit card number, name and address. SSL also verifies the identity of the server and confirms that the original message arrives safely at its destination.