Alpha Biolabs provide several payment options for clients, which include online payment with a debit or credit card. You can order online by visting our online services page. Alternatively, you can pay for services by completing our downloadable forms, which can be faxed or emailed to our customer services department. We also accepted payment for our services through direct transfer, cheque or postal order. The full list of payment options are:
We offer the facility for online ordering and payment, please visit our online services page to view which services can be ordered online through our secure third party payment processing provider. Please be assured that debit/credit card details are processed securely using the latest encryption techniques.
We accept the following credit cards for payment.
You can Fax or Email your request for services and provide payment details by visiting our downloadable forms page. Once you have completed the relevant form, return it to our customer services department, with payment details so we can begin processing your order.
Please make a deposit or bank transfer to the following account:
Account: Alpha Biolaboratories Limited
Account Number: 67719023
Sort Code: 60 08 46
Bank: NATIONAL WESTMINSTER BANK PLC
Address: Southampton Customer Service Centre, Brunswick Gate, Southampton SO15 2AQ
Once you have made the deposit please contact us with deposit details, your full name, full address, telephone number and email address. We can then begin processing your order.
You can make payment by Cheque or Postal Order. Please make payable to Alpha Biolaboratories Limited. Please inform us of the services you would like to purchase and full contact details. Please send payment to:
Alpha Biolaboratories Limited
14 Webster Court
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