How can I pay?
You can pay for your order in different ways. Whichever method you choose, you pay safely. You can pay in advance but you can also choose the option "pay afterwards". We offer the following payment methods:
Worldwide the most used online payment method. We never charge hidden costs. You only pay for what you order. Are you paying with your MasterCard or VISA credit card? Then almost all your online purchases are automatically insured against loss, theft and damage. And that for at least 180 days. In case of an incorrect payment you will also receive your money back.
Pay quickly, safely and easily with PayPal, the service to pay, without having to enter your financial data. You pay with your email address and password. You must have or create a PayPal account. PayPal is already used by 250 million people worldwide to shop.
Is another safe way to pay afterwards. You don't have to pay until you get the article, you then have 14 days to pay your invoice if you decided to keep it. So you never pay for what you send back, except from returning costs. Paying with Klarna is safe and easy. The payment details of your purchase will be on the invoice you receive from us. You can always look up the payment details by logging into the Klarna app or via the website using this link.
You can now, thanks to the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), make euro payments to anywhere in the European Union in a fast, safe and efficient way. You need a Euro bank account and the transfer is always made in euros (EUR) using the International Bank Account Number (IBAN).
SEPA was introduced for credit transfers in 2008. The SEPA region consists of 36 European countries, including Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland (which are not part of the European Union).
#5. SOFORT BANKING
With SOFORT Banking, your security is supreme. You use your own online banking data and do not have to transmit any personal information or card details to the seller.
SOFORT Banking, has been part of the Klarna Group since 2014, and is now available in 13 countries. Besides in Germany, the system is available in Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Spain, Slovakia, Switzerland, France, United Kingdom, Hungary and Czech Republic.