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We offer the following payment options. All payment options are free of charge.

iDeal

iDEAL is the most widely used payment method in the Netherlands. At least 60% of Dutch online shoppers pay for their purchases using iDEAL. It’s a trusted, secure and convenient way of paying online. You transfer money directly from their bank account, through the online banking product they’re familiar with. The bank guarantees that the transaction is secure.

PayPal

PayPal is the most used online wallet in the world, with over 184 million active users. It can be used as a payment method in 202 countries and is used more and more in the Netherlands too, where more than 4 million online purchases are paid through PayPal per year.

Creditcard

Credit cards are the most widely used online payment method in the world. You receive a line of credit and pay back the amount they spent in one go, generally at the end of the month. Many of the world’s leading credit card brands give customers a sense of security and most of them offer extensive buyer’s protection and insurances.

Sofort

SOFORT Banking is a European-wide payment method which allows you to pay for 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.

MisterCash

Bancontact is a Belgium payment scheme and is the Belgian market leader when it comes to electronic payments, with over 15 million Bancontact cardholders. More than 80% of Belgian webstores allow payments through Bancontact. When using bancontact to pay online, you transfer money directly from your bank account, through the familiar Bancontact online banking product. This guarantees a successful payment.

Bitcoin

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, money which only exists digitally, created specifically to be irretrievable when transferred. Transactions are verified and recorded through a process called ‘mining’, which also creates new bitcoins, without the need for a bank or governing body. Bitcoins are traded on marketplaces for other currencies and can also be used to purchase items, in which case, the bitcoins are transferred from a personal wallet to a receiving Bitcoin address.