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Buying Information

Buying Information

How to Buy -
Shopping for HP LaserJet spares and consumables couldn't be easier. Simply browse our spares shop to locate the part you need (don't forget to use the search feature) specify the quantity required, then click the "add to cart" button to drop the item into your shopping basket. Use the "view cart" button at any time to amend and delete items as you wish before checking out.

When you "checkout" we'll need your invoice/billing address (this must match the debit/credit card you are going to use) plus a delivery address if this is different to your invoice address. You will also be asked for a payment method and the details needed to complete your order. We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Maestro and Electron credit/debit cards online via SagePay*. You also have the option to request a Proforma Invoice (order shipped after bank transfer payment).

Should the parts you require be out of stock we will contact you with an expected delivery date and give you the option to remove items or cancel the whole order and receive a refund.

Website and Online Payment Security -
www.click4spares.co.uk is a secure website protected by Secure Socket Layer (SSL) as indicated by the green padlock and https address displayed in your browser - traffic to and from our website is encrypted and can only be read by our website. Online payments are made through SagePay* a Payment Service Provider (PSP) using a secure website.

*SagePay is audited under the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) and is a fully approved Level 1 payment services provider - the highest level of compliance.

Online Accounts -
Following the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (known as the 'GDPR') on 25 May 2018 we retired this option. This simplifies the whole buying process as we no longer ask you to "login" or "create an account".

Tax Charges -
All goods and services shown on this site exclude VAT. All orders will be subject to VAT at the prevailing rate at the time of invoice (currently 20%).