You can donate via PayPal, PayFast, cheques or wire transfers. Please see our WISHLIST at the bottom of the page.
Donate via PAYPAL.
You can also donate to SPOTS online via PAYFAST (please note that on PayFast the currency is in South African Rand).
We are also accepting online bank transfers, cheques and wire transfers to our South African bank account:
Name of Account: Strategic Protection of Threatened Species
Name of Bank: Standard Bank
Swift Code: S B Z A Z A J J
Branch Code: 0 5 1 0 0 1
Account Number: 3 3 0 8 1 0 0 2 2
Business Adress: Unit 1, The Gardens Park, 2 Ateljee Street, Randburg Ridge ext 52
Please contact our bank at +27 011 257 1315 if you have any issues.
Thank you for your donation!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Question: On PayFast, I am getting an error message “3D Secure Transaction failed: Your card was not accepted for payment. Please try the transaction again. If the error
persists, please consult your issuer/bank for more information (05)”. What does this mean?
Answer: This error message is returned from the bank as the 3D secure verification is failing when the donor attempts payment with their credit card.
3D Secure is an extra layer of security in using your credit card for online transactions. For online transactions over R1000 you'll be asked to enter your
3D Secure password which is called Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode by the respective credit card companies. If it fails while you are trying to
donate money, please contact your bank directly to register 3D Secure.
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