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Terms of payment

You are responsible for paying sales tax/VAT/Duty for the item/s when they arrive. You can then choose which payment method that suits you best. Currently we offer credit/debit cards and gift card as payment methods.

Credit Card payment

We only accept credit/debit card payments from VISA and Mastercard. When you pay with your credit card the payment will be managed by our payment partner Debitech for a quick, smooth and safe payment.
Briefly how a credit card purchase works:

  • Once you have selected the products you want and clicked through to the checkout, fill in your personal data and sign in.
  • Thereafter you choose credit card as the payment method. The page will then automatically update and you will be able to fill in further information.
  • Make sure the credit card information you have filled in is correct before you complete the purchase.
  • The money will be reserved (for the purchase) on your account which means that you won't be able to use the money for other payments, but the money hasn't actually been withdrawn from your account.

We never saves any information regarding your credit card! All information is sent through encrypted servers (SSL/HTTPS). You can easily check that all the information sent through the browser is secure by looking at the address bar and making sure that it begins with https: / / (normal traffic passes through http://).

Discount code

If you have a discount code, you use it at the checkout. Enter the code and press the button to activate it when you come to the checkout and the value of the discount will be deducted automatically from the total. If the discount code covers the full amount of the order, this will be your payment. If the discount covers only part of your total payment you can use a credit/debit card for the remaining amount on the order. This also applies to gift cards that are used on our site.

Safety and Security

We use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) which is a protocol for secure data transmission over the Internet (or other networks). The company Netscape Communications has created and developed SSL - the protocol that now has become the industry standard.

A protocol is a set of rules and procedures on how information (data) should be treated. SSL protocol processes the data through a encryption process. This is done to make the data unreadable during transmission between the two computers. When data is received by the recipient SSL "puts together" the data in its original order, and checks so that the sender is correct (Server Authentication) and verifies that the data hasn't been altered in transit (message integrity).

SSL uses digital certificates to verify the sender, recipient or both sender and receiver of data transfer. A digital certificate is the "tool" used to associate the data with an individual or organization to a so-called "public key" with two purposes:

All SSL certificates for internet use are handled by companies that are certified as certificate creators. This means that all SSL certificates are unique and correctly made. All applicants for the SSL certificate have to prove their identity to be able to buy an SSL certificate.

For consumers the only requirement to use SSL is that their browser can handle SSL, which the two most widely used web browsers, Internet Explorer and Firefox have been able to do for a long time. It also requires that SSL is not turned off on your browser settings


If you have any questions regarding any of these terms please contact the customer service team via email, under contact us.

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