Below you'll find information about payment methods! We currently accept multiple payment methods so our customers have great variety of payment options to choose from. If you need further assistance regarding payments, please call us at 1-800-537-9910 or send us an email.
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We currently accept the following methods of payment:
* Some products cannot be purchased using PayPal due to PayPal's Acceptable Use Policy
First, you need to place your order. Select the "check/money order" option when checking out. This will get your order in our system and reserve the stock for you. You will also get an order number.
Second, send your check/money order to the address below. Please include your name and order number so we can process your order quickly.
ATTN: New Orders
Muscle & Strength
1180 First Street South
Columbia, South Carolina 29209
Note: Orders placed using the money order payment method will ship the same day the money order is received. Orders placed using the check option will be shipped once the check has cleared.
If you would like to use the wire transfer method of payment please contact us at 1-800-537-9910 (international +1-803-695-0558) or email us and we'll give you all the information required to make the transfer.
As our headquarters are located in the state of South Carolina, only residents located in South Carolina have to pay sales tax. No customers in any other state or country are required to pay sales tax.
If your credit or debit card is declined, you will receive a message notifying you of this when trying to purchase using our online system. When you submit your order, your credit card is securely transmitted and processed by one of the world’s most trusted Merchant Gateway provides, USAePay. Read more about website security here.
If you receive a message that your card is declined, it’s probably due to one of the following reasons:
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide much assistance if your credit card has been declined. If your card is declined, the best thing to do would be to contact your issuing bank and try to find out why.