PayPal 

PayPal PLUS combines four payment methods in one payment solution: PayPal, direct debit, credit card and purchase on account.

It is an online payment service that allows you to pay online securely, easily and quickly.

If you choose payment by PayPal, you will be redirected to PayPal at the end of the order process.
If you are already a PayPal customer, you can log in there with your user data and make the payment. You are new to PayPal? Then you can log in as a guest or open a PayPal account and then confirm the payment.
The payment will usually be processed within a few minutes and your order will be processed immediately.

Further information can be found on the homepage of the provider: PayPal

 

Credit card

We accept credit cards from VISA, MasterCard and American Express. As soon as you click the "Buy" button on the order overview page, your credit card will be charged. In case of cancellation or return of your order, your credit card will be charged again as soon as we receive the goods.

 

Invoice with Klarna

The principle is simple: From the invoice date you have 14 days to pay your invoice. You pay only when you have received the goods. You shop relaxed, complete your order and check the products at home. Depending on the merchant, the invoice will be sent either by e-mail, separately by mail or together with the goods.


Instant bank transfer with Klarna

Sofortüberweisung is a direct bank transfer that works with your online banking data.

  1. You choose your country and bank.
  2. Log in with your online banking data. The data will be encrypted and sent to your bank.
  3. Some banks will send you an additional confirmation PIN to your smartphone, which you have to use once to confirm your transaction.
  4. As soon as the bank transfer was successful, the merchant receives a confirmation and immediately triggers the order.

You can see each of your purchases in the Klarna app.

eps bank transfer

The eps-Überweisung (Electronic Payment Standard) is an online payment method developed by many Austrian banks and by the Studiengesellschaft für Zusammenarbeit im Zahlungsverkehr (Study Society for Cooperation in Payment Transactions) for purchases on the Internet and for the payment of fees and charges to authorities and public institutions in Austria.

 

Apple Pay

You can also find more information on the homepage of the payment service provider: Apple