Payment methods

Multisafepay is the online express cash desk for a Web store. With the checkout and payment option in one, suitable for online payments and mobile payments.
You have the choice to pay with all the popular national and international online payment methods:
ideal, Bank transfer (NL & BE), pay upon receipt, Credit card (Visa, MasterCard), Mister Cash (BE), Giropay and instant bank transfer.

There is both with your payment information if your personally identifiable information discreetly handled. Through MultiSafepay Fast Checkout expired the following payments: Credit cards & Mr Cash (for Belgian customers). Pay in advance: you make your own transfer the money via Bank transfer cards, Internet banking, phone banking or any way whatsoever. You will be informed by e-mail of the account number, beneficiary name and of course the amount. As soon as the payment is received by MultiSafepay, the order system of the Web shop payment automatically. Also foreign transfers are possible.


The entire payments system of MultiSafepay is in a SSL environment handled. You are on a secure site the URL with https:// . The site is protected by SSL technology. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and is used for entering into secure electronic transactions over the internet. It uses a public key encryption technology, which encrypts data transfer takes place.

PayPal ensures that consumers and companies using only an email address, safe and easy online payments can receive and send. The network of PayPal is on the existing financial infrastructure of bank accounts and credit cards built to form a global payment system. PayPal provides payment solutions for small businesses, online stores, online sellers and everyone where traditional payment systems enough.

By the size of our network and the fact that PayPal is accepted in more and more Web stores, we are one of the main payment methods for online sellers. So are we for quite some time the default payment method on marketplace and eBay and PayPal is now a household name in the United States. But also in the Netherlands know big brand names to find us. Currently you can with KLM, Hema, V & D, holiday auctions, home delivery, Pathé, Hunkemöller, Greetz, Transavia, van Haren, CheapTickets, Mycom, Mexx, CenterParcs, Albelle, TomTom, Free Record Shop, C & A, Esprit, Philips and many, many other brands, secure with PayPal. In addition to online via your PC, you can of course also mobile from your phone or tablet with PayPal shopping and make payments. In the future, it is also possible to offline in stores or from person to person to pay with PayPal. In the United States, England and Germany, this technology is already in use. In Netherlands are currently examined.

PayPal (Europe) S.à.r.l. & Cie, s. c. (A) has a license obtained as a Luxembourg credit institution, as defined in article 2 of the law on the financial sector, and falls under the supervision of the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier, with registered address in L-1150 Luxembourg. Since the service is limited to e-money, that, in the context of this legislation does not apply if a deposit or investment service, the customers of PayPal not protected by the deposit guarantee plans of the Association pour la Garantie des Dépôts Luxembourg (AGDL).

PayPal Inc. (parent company of PayPal (Europe) S.à R.l. et Cie, S. C. A) is acquired by eBay in October 2002 and is based in California, USA.

Banking transfer
You can transfer the total amount through bank transfer to our bank account stating your order number.

Our banking data
A. Nadar Physical Therapy
Bank Details: Rabobank EN
Account number:
IBAN: NL79 RABO 0138 0636 80

Once the amount to our bank account we will finish your order.

Pay on account

Not possible

When paying by Credit Card, Mister Cash, SOFORT Banking or PayPal we will charge an additional cost, this related to the transaction costs. Payment with iDEAL or transfer is free!

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