Revisited Matters



REVISITED accepts the following payment methods:
– Visa
– Mastercard
– Maestro
– American Express
– JCB cards
– Bank transfer
– PayPal

All credit card transactions are securely processed by RedSys.

When you choose to pay via PayPal you will be redirected to the PayPal site. Once your transaction is approved you will then return to the REVISITED website. If you don’t own a PayPal account you can register at

When you choose to pay via a bank transfer we’ll dispatch the ordered goods 1-2 days after receiving the money on our bank account.


To help ensure that your shopping experience is safe, simple and secure REVISITED uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. This encrypts and protects the data you send to us over the internet.
If SSL is enabled then you will see a padlock at the top of your browser and you can click on this to find out information about the SSL digital certificate registration.
You will also notice that when you look at the location (URL) field at the top of the browser you will see it begin with ‘https:’ instead of the normal ‘http:’. This means that you are in secure mode REVISITED is commited to make your shopping experience as safe as possible.

We have introduced MasterCard® SecureCode TM . This service protects your existing Maestro card account from unauthorised use when you shop with us.
To use this service, you must first register with the bank or other organisation that issued your card. To find out more, visit the MasterCard® SecureCode website.

Once you have registered and created your own private password with your card issuer, you will be automatically prompted at checkout to provide this password each time you make a purchase. This means that even if someone knows your debit card number, they will be unable to complete a purchase without your private password.


REVISTED is offering the option to start an account in order to shop faster and easier. Your credit card details will be safely stored with us. Your card details will never be fully displayed, except for the last four digits.