e-Transfers How To

Follow these steps to make a payment via an e-Transfer
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How To Pay By e-Transfer

Poooh Busters believes in making life as easy as possible. That includes making our payment process a little easier and as accessible to as many people as possible.

If you regularly use the Interac e-Transfer service through your banking institution, you're probably already very familiar with how the process works. Feel free to start using this method to top up your weekly credits at your convenience.

If you're not familiar with how to process an e-Transfer payment to Poooh Busters, follow these easy, step-by-step instructions!

Determine How Much You Need to Pay: To start you must know how much you will need to pay for your chosen package plus GST. Go to our pricing page, pick your preferred package and add it to your cart.

Go to checkout: Fill in your contact information and move on to the payment portion of the checkout process. Instead of selecting credit card as the default payment, select the “Bank Deposit” option.
Screenshot of Poooh Busters shopping cart showing where to select the e-Transfer payment option.
Complete the payment process: You'll get your final total with GST added. This is the amount you'll need to e-Transfer to Poooh Busters.

Go To Your Online Banking Account: Add Poooh Busters as an Interac e-Transfer Recipient: You only have to do this once, after this we will always be in your list of payees for future payments by e-Transfer.

Follow these steps:— Create payee name as “Poooh Busters”— Enter email address exactly as this: payments@pooohbusters.com— If you used the proper email address, no password is required

Make Your Payment: Now that Poooh Busters is added to your list of payees, you can navigate back to your bank's “e-Transfer” page and go through the usual process of sending an e-Transfer.

Once we receive your e-Transfer payment: Our team will send you a payment received email notification and top up your weekly credits accordingly.  That was easy, wasn't it?