Which payment options could be used for Auto-Renewal Service of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013?

 

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Which payment options could be used for Auto-Renewal Service of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013?

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To purchase Auto-Renewal Service you can easily choose option “Auto-renewal” during purchasing process in E-Store.

There are several payment options which will be available for purchasing the Auto-Renewal Service:

  • Credit or debit card: choose this option if you prefer to stay protected in future. Please, keep in mind, subscription renewal fee will be billed to the credit or debit card you have provided, once the initial license expired until you cancel the automatic renewal and billing. For example, if you’ve purchased license for 1 year, you’ll be charged in a year. If you purchased the license for 2 years, your credit card will be billed in 2 years.
  • PayPal: it works the same way as with credit/debit card.
  • Wire Transfer: in case you choose this option, please keep in mind the following: you can make initial purchase of Auto-Renewal Service with Wire Transfer, but you will not be billed automatically. To renew your subscription and stay protected with Kaspersky Lab products prior to license expiration you’ll be offered to choose one of the methods above (credit/debit card or PayPal) and update payment information in “Order Details” by pressing Renew button.

In order to open the Order Details page, perform the following actions:

  1. Open the web site www.findmyorder.com.
  2. In the corresponding fields enter your Order Number and Password. This information was provided in the Order Confirmation Email during initial purchase.

  1. Click the Find button.

 
 
 
 
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