Methods of Payment

Credit Cards

Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Cart and PayPal

We currently accept Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover Card.

When your order is placed, the charges will be authorized against your card and funds are put on hold until the transaction is completed. When your order ships, your card is actually charged.

Your billing information must be exactly as it appears on your credit card statement. If any numbers are different, the order cannot be processed. Be sure to correctly spell city names and avoid using abbreviations unless that is how the information appears on your statement. Contact your financial institution if you need the exact billing address associated with your credit card.

PayPal

We accept payment by PayPal.

Debit Cards

Debit cards are tied directly to your checking account. While credit cards put a hold on your line of credit, debit cards put a hold on actual funds/monies in your checking account.

The amount of your order is held on your debit card and the debit card owner does not have access to these funds until the hold is taken off. Holds usually last 3-5 business days and may vary with your financial institution.

Online Store Cards

It is possible that you may be entitled to a store credit for one of several reasons. If you have a store credit, it will automatically be applied to your next order. No action on your part will be needed, no codes to remember or numbers to type.

Gift Certificate

To apply a Gift Certificate to an order, simply type in the Gift Certificate Code during the checkout process in the box titled: Gift Certificate Number and then click on the "Apply" button. You will see the amount of the gift certificate applied to your order. If the entire amount of a gift certificate is not used on a given order, the balance is retained in our system and the code can be used again to apply the balance.

All Payment forms are subject to verification and review by Fabric.com. Fabric.com reserves the right to refuse to process any transaction, sale or shipment of orders due to suspected fraud, unauthorized or illegal activity.