Payment Options

Our Bank Details

People's Choice Credit Union
BSB: 805050  
Account No.: 102320738
Account Name: Waddington Educational Resources Pty Ltd

We also have PayID. This means you can pay us direct using PayID, the fast fee-free instantaneous bank-to-bank money transfer using the following:



Our Vendor IDs

 Our NSWBuy Government eHub Vendor ID: 100132045

 Our TAS Gov Creditor ID: C008836

Remittance Advice

Email Address for any Remittance Advice:

Fees / Surcharges

Credit Card / Paypal Surcharge

We prefer PayID or direct bank deposits because they are fee free. A surcharge may be applied to orders paid by credit card or Paypal. Any surcharge will appear at checkout and on your invoice or, if paying by Credit Card or Paypal after your invoice is already generated, it will be flagged before you commit to pay. To keep our prices low, as well as ensuring customers who use direct bank transfers and PayID do not pay prices loaded up with hidden credit card/Paypal fees, the surcharge keeps transactions equitable whilst also accounting for the fees charged to us by the bank or host processing gateway. You can avoid a surcharge if you use PayID or direct bank deposit.

Acount Overdue Fee

Accounts not paid in full within 30 days of first overdue statement issued (after 60 days from invoice date) may incur an overdue admin fee of $22.00 (incl GST) per month for every statement re-issued as we seek to source payment. Please pay at the point of ordering or once you receive your tax invoice if you are on an approved account with us. All Australian schools and other approved account holders have 30 day accounts.


Account Credit

Accounts in credit must use credit for future purchases. Account credit unclaimed after 12 months may be forfeited but will be maintained for an additional 12 months if requested. Account credits or debits less than a few dollars may be reconciled within a shorter time to avoid unnecessary statements being issued. Thank you for your understanding and please contact us if you think we have got something wrong.