The customer has the following options of payment: Payment service (PayPal), Credit Card, Wire transfer. Other payments are not available and will be rejected.
Customer receives the invoice, which contains all information for the transfer and will be sent via e-mail. The invoice amount is then to be transferred in advance to the account stated on the invoice. It allows the supplier and the customer to handle the payment with each other when using a escrow/ payment service. The escrow/ payment service provider forwards the payment from the customer to the provider. Further information is available on the website of the relevant Trust Services/ Payment Service. The customer must be the card holder for payment by credit card. The customer is charged after the goods have been sent. The customer is obligated to make the payment of the specified amount to the account stated on the invoice within 3 days of receipt of the invoice. Payment is due from the date of the invoice. The customer will be in past the due date and in default without warning, upon expiry of that period. A retention of the customer, which is not based on the same contractual relationship, is excluded.