The advantages of our payment methods at a glance:

  • Invoice: still one of the safest methods of paying for ordered goods. If the ordered goods are defective or the wrong product, you can wait until the sender delivers the correct and faultless goods before paying.
  • PayPal: is characterised by simple processing, especially if you pay via an app on your smartphone. There is also (limited) buyer protection if the shop fails to deliver. You benefit from more extensive buyer protection with retailers that are certified by Trusted Shops
  • SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area): a SEPA direct debit or bank transfer always makes sense if no other payment method is available to you. Another advantage: SEPA transfers also work easily and reliably throughout Europe.
  • Klarna: similar to PayPal, Klarna also allows you to make a purchase by invoice, which can be paid 14 days later or in several instalments. Another advantage: this third-party provider only transmits little information about buyers
  • Instant Bank Transfer: Works in a similar way to an online bank transfer and is therefore very convenient. The special feature is that the shop usually does not receive the payment immediately, but only a payment confirmation
  • Giropay: the online payment method offered by banks is faster and more convenient than a SEPA payment
  • Credit card: a classic payment method that offers bonus points depending on the provider. Your account is debited with the amount, but this is usually only collected after one month.