Shap, Shap: So many payment methods!

You have options!

With more than 10+ payment options below, paying your local bicycle courier has never been easier.


Introducing Nedbank PayShap. Another way to pay for your bicycle transport, to our Nedbank account. Top 3x reasons to use PayShap: It’s safe because you don’t need to carry cash. It’s instant as your money will be sent and received immediately. And it’s affordable — at just R1 to a ShapID or R7.50 to an account, it works like a charm.

What is PayShap? PayShap is a new digital payment solution that gives you an easy, fast way to pay and get paid. It allows you to receive immediate payments straight into your bank account, from anyone, regardless of the bank they use. How does it work? Provide the payer with your cellphone number or ShapID to receive money directly into your bank account. Once the payment is done, the money is available to use immediately.

If you are registered for PayShap you can pay for your bicycle transport using our ShapID, which is the mobile nr:



Pay with your bicycle transport with a debit card or credit card. We absolutely love the YOCO corporate identity, and the wide bold letters resonate with us. They also have a super intuitive merchant portal (where we can see your payments and more). And it links seamlessly with the physical card machines. Plus, if you sign up to their services for yourself, using this link right here, you will even get R100 off!

What is YOCO? Yoco is a South African fintech company that provides point-of-sale card payment solutions for small businesses. Yoco’s technology allows business owners to accept credit and debit card payments via a card reader that connects to a mobile device. The company also provides various value-added services, including inventory management, sales reporting, and invoicing, among others. Yoco’s mission is to empower small businesses to grow and thrive by providing them with affordable and easy-to-use payment solutions.

Peach payments

Life is peachy with this innovative online payment portal. This was our #1 choice when we started accepting online payments for shipping your bicycle. And they still are. In fact, we’ve sent bicycles for their employees. I love their low rates, easy backend, and the fact that I don’t ever have to go back and double-check whether a payment was received or not – as their system seamlessly integrates with ours. Time is money.

Who is PEACH? Peach Payments is a South African payment service provider (PSP) that offers businesses a platform to accept and process online payments. They offer various payment solutions such as credit card processing, debit card processing, instant EFT, and more. Peach Payments is focused on making online payments easier and more accessible to businesses of all sizes, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises. They aim to provide a simple and secure payment experience for both the merchant and the customer.

Capitec Pay

I’ve just said how Peach was our first payment portal and how we love their ongoing innovation. Well, a case in point. They added Capitec Pay as an additional payment option on our account, without us having to do the admin. Peach facilitated the approval at Capitec at notified us when done. And now you have another option of paying for your bike transport. See more here.

What is Capitec Pay? Capitec Pay is a digital wallet that is offered by Capitec Bank, a South African retail bank. It allows customers to make secure and convenient payments using their mobile devices. Users can link their Capitec Pay accounts to their Capitec Bank accounts and transfer funds, make payments, buy airtime, and more. Capitec Pay also offers a virtual Mastercard that can be used for online shopping and other transactions.


Wherever your passion takes you, pay online with confidence. Visa and Mastercard (below) are two of the most widely used payment methods in the world. They are both credit card companies that offer secure and convenient payment options for individuals and businesses. We accept them both and they are two of our most popular payment options.

Wie’s da? Visa is a global payments technology company that facilitates electronic funds transfers throughout the world. Founded in 1958, it operates in more than 200 countries and offers a wide range of products and services such as credit and debit cards, prepaid cards, mobile payments, and loyalty programs. Visa processes transactions in multiple currencies and supports various types of payments including online, in-store, and peer-to-peer transactions. Its goal is to provide secure, reliable, and convenient payment solutions to consumers and businesses around the world.


Experience the world with Mastercard® and use it to pay for your bike travel. On this site you can do so via either options from YOCO or PEACH and with a simple online payment process that is probably all-to-familiar by now. For everything else, there is bicycle couriers…

More on Master: Mastercard is a global financial services company that facilitates electronic transactions between banks and merchants. It operates the world’s second-largest payment network, processing payments between banks and merchants in over 210 countries and territories. Mastercard provides credit, debit, and prepaid cards, as well as payment and fraud management solutions to financial institutions and merchants. Its products and services aim to make payments simple, convenient, and secure for consumers and businesses alike.

EFT Secure

EFT Secure is an electronic funds transfer (EFT) payment method that allows consumers to make online payments directly from their bank accounts. It is a popular payment method in South Africa because it does not require the use of a credit card and is accepted by a wide range of online retailers, including #bicyclecouriers. Go ahead, make our day.

What is it? EFT Secure is an online payment gateway service that enables secure electronic funds transfer (EFT) transactions between consumers and merchants. It provides a platform for customers to make payments directly from their bank accounts using their internet banking credentials, without having to share their bank details with the merchant. EFT Secure is commonly used by online merchants to accept payments from customers in South Africa.


Masterpass is a digital wallet payment solution that allows consumers to store all their payment and shipping information securely in one place. This payment method streamlines the checkout process, making it faster and more convenient for consumers to make online purchases. You can Fly through payments using Scan to Pay from most local baking apps, or download it standalone from Google Play or on

TLDR: Masterpass is a digital wallet service offered by Mastercard that allows users to store their payment and shipping information in one place for easier and more secure online shopping. With Masterpass, users can make purchases on any device with just a few clicks or taps, without having to enter their payment and shipping details every time. Masterpass also offers added security features such as Mastercard SecureCode to protect against unauthorized use of the user’s account.

Normal EFT

Do a direct brank transfer into our Nedbank account. EFT stands for electronic funds transfer, for your bicycle shipment of course. Please use your Order ID as the payment reference. Your order will not be delivered until the funds have cleared in our account. But you can send us the proof of payment to get the ball rolling. Either on WhatsApp or email to

An EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) is a digital payment method that allows for the electronic transfer of money between bank accounts. This can be done either within the same bank or between different banks. EFTs are commonly used for various types of payments, such as paying bills, transferring money between personal accounts, and for business transactions. EFTs can be initiated either through online banking or by visiting a bank branch.

Instant EFT

An instant EFT is like a normal EFT, just faster! Instant EFT is an electronic funds transfer payment method that enables you to make secure online payments directly from your bank account to ours. We love this method, because it is instant and has lower fees for us than accepting card payments…

Instant explanation: Instant EFT is an online payment method that allows consumers in South Africa to make electronic funds transfers to pay for goods and services. It is offered by a number of payment providers and works by allowing the consumer to log in to their online banking platform and authorize the payment to the merchant. Unlike traditional EFTs, which can take up to three business days to clear, instant EFTs are processed immediately, allowing the merchant to receive payment and fulfill the order faster.


If not, why not. Yes, we do take bitcoin, just for s+giggles. Bitcoin is open-source, public and nobody owns or controls Bitcoin. Everyone can take part. It offers Fast peer-to-peer transactions, Worldwide payments, and Low processing fees. Now you have another payment option for your cross-border bicycle transport.

But what is BTC? Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that operates independently of central banks or financial institutions. It was created in 2009 by an unknown person or group using the name Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin transactions are recorded on a public ledger called the blockchain, which uses cryptography to ensure the security and authenticity of transactions. Bitcoin can be bought and sold on various online exchanges and can be used to purchase goods and services from merchants that accept it as payment. You can send over to our wallet at:


Failed payments?

Have you by any chance missed your online payment for bicycle transport? No worries! Do a normal EFT or we can re-send you a payment link so you can pay online. In fact, you can do so right here and right now at this link: Things happen. This is SA. We understand. Loadshedding and this and that. Sometimes it is a wonder we get things done at all. But we are a resilient lot 😊

Oh, and what is a failed payment? A failed payment is a transaction that was not completed due to an error or issue in the payment process. This can occur for various reasons, such as insufficient funds, expired payment methods, technical issues, or incorrect payment details. When a payment fails, the transaction is usually declined, and the funds are not transferred. In most cases, the recipient or merchant will need to request a new payment or resolve the issue with the payment provider before the transaction can be completed successfully.

But not COD!

We use different providers for different areas so cash on delivery is not an option. The only time you can pay us in cash is when you drop off your bicycle with me personally. And even then, I tend to shy away from the additional accounting burden. This is an online prepaid service, and we like doing things the right way.

Meh, old school: COD stands for “cash on delivery.” It is a payment method where a customer pays for goods or services at the time of delivery. In this payment method, the customer usually hands over the payment in cash to the delivery person who brings the ordered goods. COD is commonly used in e-commerce and other remote purchasing situations, where the buyer and seller may not have an established relationship of trust. COD provides a level of security for the seller as they receive payment before releasing the goods to the buyer.

That’s it. Click-click, ding-dong. Now go bike travel.

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