Payment methods

Traditional transfer

The form of payment for customers who prefer to log into an online bank, visit a bank or post office. After ordering the ordered goods, the customer receives a bank account number by e-mail to which the correct amount of money should be transferred. Once the payment is credited to the bank account, the order is transferred to the warehouse and prepared for the shipment. 

PayPal

PayPal is the most used online wallet in the world, with over 370 million active users. 

Apple Pay

Apple Pay is Apple’s own payment method, available in more than 35 countries. It uses the Wallet app, in which a consumer places their payment cards.

The actual payment method therefore depends on the cards that are placed in the Wallet app. Currently, only credit cards are supported. The Wallet app stores all details and preferences of the various payment cards it holds.

Credit and debit cards

Credit and debit cards are the most widely used online payment method in the world. 

Currently, we support:

- Visa

- Mastercard

- American Express

- Cartes Bancaires

- CartaSi

Klarna Pay later

Klarna Pay later is a payment method that allows customers to shop online and pay for their purchases at a later date.

Pay later is available for customers in:

- The Netherlands

- Austria

- Germany

- Belgium

- Finland

Klarna Pay now

Klarna Pay now lets customers instantly and securely pay for one-off transactions using their online banking details through bank transfers or direct debit orders. 

iDEAL

iDEAL is the most widely used payment method in the Netherlands. At least 60% of Dutch shoppers use it to pay for their online purchases. It’s a trusted, secure and convenient way of paying online. Customers transfer money directly from their bank account, through the online banking product they’re familiar with. This guarantees a successful payment that can’t be reversed by the customer. The customer’s bank guarantees that the transaction is secure.

Bancontact

Bancontact is the Belgian market leader when it comes to electronic payments. It offers a wide variety of payment services in addition to online payments, like in-store card transactions. This makes Bancontact a well-known and trusted name in Belgium.

Cartes Bancaires

Cartes Bancaires are the most widely used payment method in France, with over 64 million cards in circulation and cards being co-branded with Visa. Like with other credit cards, customers pay for their purchases later, but the merchant doesn’t have to wait for the payment. 

Postepay

Postepay is the one of the most widely used payment methods in Italy, with over 19 million prepaid cards in circulation (and 5,4 of Evolution, the card which include an IBAN number). Postepay cards are co-branded with MasterCard. Like with a credit or a debit card, merchants doesn’t have to wait for the payment, that is instantaneous. Though we’re not talking about a direct payments method, which means that users can always ask for a chargeback. 

EPS

The Electronic Payment Standard (EPS) is a payment method, developed by various Austrian banks. This makes EPS the main bank transfer payment method in Austria and highly popular with Austrian shoppers. 

Giropay

Germany’s most popular way to pay online is the bank transfer, used in 51% of all online purchases. This makes Giropay, integrating over 1,500 German banks, a very popular payment method on the German market. Because it uses real-time bank transfer, the payments made with Giropay are 100% guaranteed.

SOFORT Banking

SOFORT Banking is a European-wide payment method which allows shoppers to pay for their purchases or make donations without having to create an account. Customers use their personal online banking credentials to log in and transfer money from their bank account. SOFORT Banking has a TÜV certificate which guarantees the safety of using it as a payment method.

Przelewy24

Przelewy24 is the most popular payment method in Poland. Przelewy24 makes it possible for customers in Poland to pay online, via a number of Polish banks, international credit cards and various other payment methods, for example SMS.

Cash (personal collection)

We also offer the option of personal collection of the ordered goods and payment at collection time. Please, when choosing this form of delivery, contact the Service Office in order to arrange a pickup time that is convenient for you and for us.