We accept payment for our safety training courses by check, credit card, electronic transfer (corporate accounts only), Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin or USD Coin).
HazMatStudent.com is partnered with Coinbase Commerce, a cryptocurrency wallet and exchange platform, to enable cryptocurrencies as a form of payment. The exchange rate is provided by Coinbase at the time of purchase. Payments which are not completed in a short timeframe may see the exchange rate change prior to purchase.
At the point of sale, all payments received in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies will be converted to USD. Due to this, we will not be able to refund, change, or cancel your Bitcoin order once completed. Any refunds approved by HazMat Student will be issued in USD or as a credit toward a future course.
If you’re already a Bitcoin user and would like to pay your invoice using cryptocurrencies, please let us know at: [email protected]
Frequently Asked Questions
Can my company be sent invoices for our training?
Yes! Companies with several students or recurring training needs would benefit from setting up a Corporate Account. Among the benefits of a Corporate Account are: monthly invoices for student enrollments; the ability for a Company Administrator to enroll students in courses and track their training progress; access to student certificates; and more. Request a Corporate Account.
Can we pay invoices through electronic transfer?
To begin the set up for an electronic transfer of funds, please ensure you have been set up as a Corporate Account and then send your ACH automated payment vendor forms to: [email protected].
What is Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies?
Bitcoin is a digital currency and payment network that allows quick and secure online payments.
What is Coinbase Commerce?
Coinbase Commerce is a platform that helps merchants, anywhere in the world, accept cryptocurrency payments in a fully decentralized way.
All payments facilitated by Coinbase Commerce are peer-to-peer with minimal to no fees. This means that the cryptocurrency goes directly from your wallet to a wallet that is only accessible by the merchant. At no point in this flow does anyone except the merchant, including Coinbase, have access to these funds.
Where can I get more information?
Please visit Bitcoin.org or their Wiki FAQ for more information.