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We are now using PayPal for accepting most credit / debit cards online via our website / online shop.

Pay safely and securely using your credit or debit card via PayPal.

PayPal is the largest and most respected and security conscious online payment processor
on the internet.

PayPal is free to use, you can pay using your credit or debit card.

You do not need a PayPal account to use PayPal.

All purchases made through PayPal are protected against fraud. Using PayPal's secure servers, only PayPal, not the merchant is provided with your credit card information.

The delivery charges quoted on the payment page is for UK customers and too UK destinations only.

Please Note: If required / preferred i can send you a PayPal payment request via email.
If required please send an email stating your location (City & Country, if outside the UK ) and the exact item/s you are interested in. I will then reply to you within 2 days with a detailed order summary including a total price, delivery options and accepted payment methods.

Overseas Customers: Please send an email stating your location (City & Country) and the exact item/s your require.
We will then send you a detailed order summary with delivery / shipping charges included.
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Other accepted payment methods:

  • We accept cheques & postal orders: Please make payable to " Cue & Case Man "
    To help prevent identity theft please send email for our postal address, many thanks.

  • We accept electronic bank wire transfers:
    To help prevent identity theft please send an email for our bank details, many thanks.


Office Phone: (00+44) (0)1505-340198    Mobile / Cell: (00+44)  (0)776-3375-151

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