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Payment Methods Accepted by HONDAO

The official payment methods that HONDAO accepts are listed in the following. If you have any questions about payments, or someone offers other payment information which is not listed here, please send an email to for further confirmation.

This page was updated on 18th Nov. 2022.

1.Wire Transfer From All Countries

Wire transfer is the most frequently used method in international trading with the lowest transfer fee ($20 to $40 based on banks for any amount of USD payments).

You can finish wire transfer by visiting local banks or using online wire transfer companies like Veem ($20 fee), Wise ($10-$30 fees). Please note we only accept USD payments.

Account Name: Hangzhou Hondao Optic Co.,Ltd

Account Number: 1202020709814005168

Beneficiary Address: Room 602 No.3 Building No.75 Wenyi Road Hangzhou Zhejiang China . 310000


Beneficiary Bank: Industrial and Commercial Band of China Zhejiang Branch

Bank Address: 233# Jiefang Road Hangzhou Zhejiang China . 310001

2.Paypal Payment (Credit Card Accept)

We accept Paypal mainly for sample orders. Your agent will create a Paypal bill and send you the link to finish the payment, or you can directly pay to our Paypal account.

If you want to pay the bulk order via Paypal, you first need to confirm with your agent if the payment is acceptable. Please note that for bulk order, you need to pay 5% more of the amount, because it’s the fee charged by Paypal from our side.

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4.Alibaba Trade Assurance

In order to provide more payment methods to meet different needs, our company has became Alibaba Supplier to offer the Trade Assurance Payment service.

To finish the payment, you need to provide the Alibaba account email to your agent. Then we will help create a Trade Assurance Order on Alibaba, and guide you to finish the payment.

Please note that you need to pay 2% more of the amount, because it’s the fee charged by Alibaba from our side. Each payment should be less than $5,000, or we need to split the amount into several payments.