How to Pay using i-Pay

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Login to your account on domains.co.za

- If you need to purchase a new product (My Account – Services) then proceed to Checkout
- or, scroll down on your Dashboard Overview and select an unpaid Invoice/s - click Pay Now

- On the screen Enter Payment Info – select i-Pay
- Check the box – I have read and agree to the Terms of Service
- Click Complete Order

You will be redirected to the i-Pay secure Payment Gateway screen where you can select the Bank you wish to pay from.

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- Login using your own Internet Banking Profile details – should you have selected the incorrect bank, you can still reselect the correct one on this screen.

Please Note: i-Pay does not store your details.


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- Your bank will then send you an OTP (One Time Pin) to either your cellphone or email address - whichever one you have authorised.

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- Select Pay and on the next screen select the Bank Account

Please Note:  Should you have more than one account linked i.e. Current & Credit Card or Savings, i-Pay will request that you select the one you wish to pay from and will then revert back to the OTP screen and you will have to enter a second OTP – and Click Continue

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- The payment is complete and you will be redirected back to the Domains website’s Order Confirmation page.

Please Note:  Your bank will have added DiaMatrix cc as a beneficiary, which will allow you to do a straight-forward EFT if you prefer.

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