Security Information

Payment can be made safely and securely with Visa or Master Card credit cards, Mobicred, or Instant EFT, using  PayGate payment services; or by doing a direct EFT transfer from your bank to our account.

PayGate is a PCI DSS Level 1 Certified Payment Gateway.

DPO PayGate was established in 1999, with more than 19 years of consistent payment services delivery, they have developed into a global Payment Service Provider known as the pioneer of Africa and with satisfied clients on five continents, accepting online payments from Visa and Master Card customers worldwide.

Mobicred is an online revolving credit facility that allows you to shop on Paul Bothner Music and repay the amount in monthly instalments.
The displayed monthly payment amount is indicative monthly pricing for 12 months at 18.25% interest per annum including a monthly fee but excludes a once-off account Initiation Fee. Please note the interest rate is subject to change. NCRCP38/FSP 44481

Our Banking Details

Although slower than the secure PayGate Instant EFT option, Electronic Funds Transfers (EFT’s) can be made directly to our account.

Once payment has cleared (usually 24 to 48 hours), we’ll get your order off to you! Be sure to send us a copy of your proof of payment to help speed up on our side.

First National Bank
Paul Bothner (Pty) Ltd.
Account number: 624 891 00588
Branch code: 250655
Reference: Please use your order number, or “ET Payment”


Call 087 133 0470 on weekdays between 9 AM and 5 PM or send us an email here:

PayGate Security Policy

When PayGate processes a transaction for you via any of their secure payment web services, the transaction is encrypted. They make use of the latest SSL encryption which encrypts all data sent from the browser to PayGate in such a way that only their servers can read it.

The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), is the world standard for secure data transmission over the Internet. SSL uses authentication and encryption technology developed by RSA Data Security Inc. All the mainstream Web browsers support SSL.

If you look at the location (URL) field at the top of the browser you will see it begins with https: instead of the normal http: This means that you are in secure (SSL) mode.