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Payment Methods.

Hollandgiftshop.com uses Multisafe payment services (www.multisafepay.nl).You can pay in the following ways:

  • Bank transfer
  • Mastercard/Visa
  • PayPal
  • Ideal (Netherlands)
  • Mr. Cash (Belgium)


1. Bank transfer
If you choose bank transfer at the checkout of your article will get an order number. Stating that the outstanding amount you can transfer to the account of our invoice number payment service. If chosen for the payment method "bank transfer" you do Internet banking payment, either independently or through a bank transfer. Depending on the country where you live, there may be some days before we receive the payment.

2. Credit card (Visa and MasterCard)
If you choose to pay by credit card please enter your card details and if applicable the security code. As soon as the payment by the credit card company is approved, the order directly will be shipped by us. On orders over 100 euros can be contacted for a copy of your identity document. To prevent fraud. Permissions: you can no longer pay per permission. It is with a direct debit too simple to commit fraud, and that is for both us as well as for you as a customer, not a good thing.

3. PayPal
Through PayPal, you can send and receive money online quickly and easily. It is important that you first create a own paypal account via paypal itself. Connect this account to your bank account or credit card. With this account, you can then make a purchase with the paypal logo at each webshop. Holland gift shop also offers this payment option. During the order process, you end up at payment options, if you click on paypal you enter your own paypal account and you can proceed to the transaction with us.

4. Mister Cash (Belgium)
Mister cash is a payment system in Belgium and in the 1980s developed within a collaboration between three financial branches, the CGER, BBL and credit bank. It is similar to the Ideal payment system in the Netherlands. With it, you can checkout at many stores, gas stations and vending machines. Since 2006, it is also possible to make internet payments with it.