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Important Message To Our Customers.

So the biggest thing you probably have never heard of in internet sales is nearly upon us thanks to the !@£$%& officials at the EU. On 14th September 2019 something called the Payments Services Directive (PSD2) becomes compulsory in the EU. It will, therefore, affect this and every website that sells anything using a credit/debit card whether you know it or not. Essentially it's about preventing card fraud. In reality, most times you will not notice the difference as it effects the coding behind each website. On a website sale, you may be asked for a password or a one-off code given by text or email. If you are using a phone or tablet to buy something it may take a fingerprint or eye scan. All these are things we are already becoming used to.

So what's the fuss? Any website that is not compliant is likely to have its sales refused. As of 12th August we have completed the changes on the Carillon Studios website and if all goes well you will not see any differences. However, if anything goes wrong with anyone's orders please let us know asap so we can fix it. It has been a nightmare to sort out and we would like to apologise for any hiccups in the system before they might happen.

In good news, we have given away sets of 60 reward points to some of those that left reviews during our birthday party celebrations. Please check your account and see if you are one of the lucky ones!

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