Q: What forms of payment do you take?


  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • US Currency
  • Discover
  • American Express
  • Traveller’s Checks
  • The Mäni’s card
  1. Is there any way a large group of 5 or six can reserve a table or booth..?

    Comment by Pat Miller  on  9/27  at  8:46 am


  2. Because of our space restriction, we do not take reservations.  However we would like to accommodate you and your group of 6, so if you let us know the day before we could suggest times and also be aware of your arrival.  That way we could perhaps ‘keep an eye’ on possibilites for you.  I hope that helps.

    Comment by Larry@ Mäni’s  on  9/27  at  10:46 pm


  3. According to PayPal, it protects sellers in a limited fashion via the Seller Protection Policy. In general the Seller Protection Policy is intended to protect the seller from certain kinds of charge backs or complaints if seller meets certain conditions including proof of delivery to the buyer. PayPal states the Seller Protection Policy is “designed to protect sellers against claims by buyers of unauthorized payments and against claims of non-receipt of any merchandise”.

    Comment by Payment Service Provider  on  9/16  at  12:50 am


  4. I am planning a trip to Niagara Falls, Canada. From past experience, I know that most merchants accept both US and Canadian currency. When the US dollar was worth more than the Canadian dollar I would always convert my currency. Now that each currency is worth about the same, should I still convert?

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  5. The infrastructure and electronic clearing methods are formed by the payment provider. Global credit card payment providers are Visa and Mastercard. Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) is a payment provider for Japanese market. Maestro and Cirrus are international debit card payment providers.

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