In this article:

  1. Where to find detailed payment instructions
  2. General payment instructions
  3. Detailed payment instructions for major banks

We currently only accept Electronic Money Transfers (EMTs, also known as Interac e-Transfers). And while your EMT payments were previously automatically deposited, we've disabled the autodeposit feature to ensure we only accept your payment when we've processed your order.

πŸ†• You'll soon be able to pay using your credit card and PayPal, with an estimated timeline of February 2021.

Not sure what an Interac e-Transfer is? Click here for a short explainer video and FAQs about the service and how it works.


Instructions on how to send your payment will be available in two places:

  1. The final page after you press "Complete Order," and
  2. In the order confirmation email.

⚠ The name on your EMT must match the name used in your My Supply Co. account.


Completing your order with an email money transfer:

⚠ Please follow the instructions below exactly as described. Failure to do so may result in delayed orders.

Recipient Name:

MSC

Recipient Email:
[email protected]

Security Question:

Let’s make every day

One-time password:
better

Transfer Note:
Your order #

πŸ”’ Important Security Information

  • Any references to My Supply Co., cannabis, or magic mushrooms in the e-transfer will cause the order to be canceled.
  • Please pay the exact amount shown. We appreciate your kindness when offering tips, but an exact payment amount is how we verify your order.

🚚 Canada Post Shipping

  • If you are having a problem with your delivery please contact us by tapping the live chat icon in the bottom right corner of your screen, or by emailing us at [email protected].

Questions on how to send an EMT through your bank?

Find your bank below for step-by-step instructions on sending an EMT.


What is an Interac e-Transfers, and how does it work?

Check out this help article for our most frequently asked questions about Interac e-Transfers.

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