Payment Policy

Client acknowledges that Sanki Global LLC may use a third-party payment processing service (“Processor”), which services may be subject to separate terms of use and privacy policies (“Processor Agreements”). Client authorizes Sanki Global to provide its payment, transaction, and other related information to such Processors, and agrees to keep a valid and updated credit card on le in order to facilitate the same on recurring orders or subscribe and save programs. Client agrees to be bound by the Processor Agreements and bear any Processor charges. Sanki Global LLC is not responsible for the acts and omissions of any Processor. Make sure that you understand the payment process. When a customer checks out, they can choose to pay for their order using any of the methods that we've enabled in the Payment providers area of our Store. You can select from a variety of payment methods. There are a few dierent things to consider when you're choosing which payment methods to use. If you want, you can pay using a credit card or a third-party provider. There are also several ways for our customers to pay online without using a credit card, like PayPal, Meta Pay, and Apple Pay.* If you use Shop Pay, we allow customers to save their shipping and payment information to help them check out faster. Some other payment providers, like PayPal, Apple Pay, and Google Pay, also oer accelerated checkout buttons that you can use in our store. When choosing a payment method, consider the countries where our business is located and where you live.


Our store-supported payment methods rely on third-party providers to process your transactions. These providers might charge extra fees, as well as enforce rules about what products you can sell using their service. When you set up a payment method, check with the company providing the service to make sure you understand their rules and fees.


When a customer pays for their online order using a credit card, the payment must be processed by the merchant and follow the next process:


The customer uses their credit card to pay for the order on your store. The payment provider you've set up checks with the issuer to make sure the credit card is valid. If the card is valid and has enough funds, then the issuer authorizes the payment. No funds are transferred at this stage.


After the payment is authorized, the payment must be captured. When a payment is captured, details about the payment are sent to the acquirer.


The acquirer reviews the payment details, and then requests the necessary funds from the company that processes the customer's credit card. The credit card company sends the transaction information to the issuer. The issuer subtracts a small fee from the total transaction amount, and then sends the remaining amount back to the credit card company. The card company subtracts their fee, and then sends the remaining amount to the acquirer. We kindly request you to review all additional guidelines such as terms and conditions, privacy policy, and other documents regarding SANKI GLOBAL, in order to ensure clarity and address any additional concerns. *The specic terms and conditions applicable to these platforms must be observed and verify.