Payment Option Acceptable

Accepted payment options for Dock Pharmacy Orders

On the Dock Pharmacy website, you can choose to pay for your purchases via PayPal and your PayPal account or you can pay by Debit/Credit Card and we use Lloyds Bank Cardnet to securely process debit/credit card transactions. If you have a PayPal account then it couldn’t be simpler. Just click the “Checkout with PayPal” button after making your selection and follow the instructions.

You can pay for an order at Dock Pharmacy with one of the following accepted payment methods:

  • Credit cards and co-branded debit cards ( Mastercard and Visa)

The payment methods available to you vary depending on the country and currency and type of products you are buying.

Pay By Lloyds Cardnet

Cardnet® is a joint venture between Lloyds Banking Group and First Data, one of the world’s largest card processors.

All credit cards and debit card transactions are processed by Cardnet.

debit credit card by lloyds bank

What type of orders are processed using the  Lloyds Cardnet ?

All types of orders you buy at Dock Pharmacy can be processed with Lloyds Cardnet.



What can I buy if I want to pay by SQUARE

You can use Pay By Square to make orders online with Dock Pharmacy if there are No Prescription Products included in your cart. ( if a prescription product is in your cart then the option to pay by Square will not show)

What is Square?

Square allows you to make payments using a variety of methods including debit or credit cards and American express.

  • Payments are secure out of the box. Square is PCI-DSS level 1 compliant and all card-present payments are encrypted from end to end.
  • Customers and Card on File

    Recurring customers can now securely save their payment methods and add labels to their saved payment methods for easy identification when choosing how to pay

Fraud Protection

  • Square detects fraud before it happens: Square uses machine-learning models and live monitoring programs to analyze transactions as they’re happening and to keep an eye on suspicious activity.