Payment Options

PayID Quick Payment Transfers

May banks and organisations now have a system that allows for SPEEDY transfer and confirmations.

PayID is a fast way of receiving payments, without having to remember bank account numbers. You can create a PayID as a phone number, email address or business number. It’s easy, safe and secure.

To send someone a payment it could be as simple as having their mobile phone number, email address or business identifier. Many banking mobile apps have the facility readily accessible.

Our mobile phone number: 0444 500 181 (don’t use spaces, this is easier to read than: 0444500181 )
Our business Identifier is: S RECUMBENT COMPANY (include spaces)

Transactions are usually verified within about 5 minutes.

Bank Details

PayID: S RECUMBENT COMPANY -or- 0444500181
Direct Dep.: National Australia Bank: Recumbent Company
BSB: 084 004
Acc: 93-716-8865

Payments by credit card attract a 2% service fee.

Over the phone or “Credit Card Not Present” payments attract a 2.3% service fee.

Please note that if you transfer money via online banking, it may take several days from some building societies and a couple of days from some banks and we won’t know you have made a deposit unless you let us know. Directly to the National Australia Bank (NAB) is extremely quick.

On Site Visits

If you plan to pay by credit card and we are away from our premises, you need to advise us so we can bring card reading equipment. On site payment service may not be available in all areas – good mobile telephone reception dependant. We prefer PayID payments for this situation.


Quotation prices valid 30 days only subject to manufacturer price changes. Goods from overseas suppliers also subject to daily foreign exchange currency rate variations (for accuracy request a quote on or close to deposit payment date – deposit 75% required to order).


Sorry, we do not take payment by PayPal unless pre-arranged and you are prepared to pay the PayPal fees.

AfterPay and Alike

We do not have any arrangements with such groups. If we pay 25% of the total price plus joining and monthly fees, we would be subsidising the sale, apologies: No.

Finance: Try Society One.

We have no affiliation with Society One.