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  • Українська
  • English
  • Русский

Payment and delivery

The client may choose any convenient method of payment, including payment from abroad.
It may be various payment methods:
1. Payment  on the bank card via internet banking or ATM;
2. Payment using different international money transfer systems, such as: "Western Union", "MoneyGram International", "PrivatMoney", "RIA" and others; 
3. Payment by cash to the current account of the agency, as well as other methods.
Legal entities and individual entrepreneurs may make bank wire transfer to the current account of the agency with further issuing of invoices and acts.
The settlement procedure may differ and depends on the service the client orders.
For example, an individual orders the police clearance certificate in Ukraine to be translated into English and notarized. At the same time, the client wants to make wire transfer since he is far from the representation office of our agency.

In this case, the settlement procedure and order completion are as follows:
The client sends to the agency e-mail the initial data for preparation of the police clearance certificate in Ukraine and pays 50% of the price of the order. Our employees request the necessary certificate, translate it into English, notarize (according to the order) and send the scanned document back to the client for review. The client checks the scanned document and if there are no remarks, he pays the remaining 50%. Once the payment received, the agency employee sends the prepared original by the previously agreed method of delivery. Also, the remaining 50% may be paid by cash upon delivery of the documents by courier service "Nova poshta".
The documents may be delivered to our offices and back to the clients in Ukraine via the courier services: "Nova poshta" and "Express mail".
Worldwide shipping is provided by courier services: "FedEx", 
"DHL", "Aramex", "City Express", "PONY EXPRESS" or by the registered letter via Ukrainian state enterprise of postal communication ‘Ukrposhta’.