Payment Methods

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Pay safely and easily at PB., with one of the payment methods below.

Pay safely and quickly with iDEAL, within your own bank’s familiar online payment surroundings. Suitable banks: ABN AMRO, ING, Rabobank, ASN Bank, Friesland Bank, RegioBank, Triodos Bank, Van Lanschot Bankiers and SNS Bank.

Easily connect your bank or credit card to your PayPal account and decide yourself if your purchase will be credited from your bank account, credit card or PayPay-credit

When paying with PayPal you can choose the option Pay later. When completing your purchase, PayPal pays the seller for you and the money is only debited from your bank account after 21 days.

Credit Card
Via our secured payment system Stripe, directly paying online with credit card is easy and safe. We accept MasterCard, Visa and American Express.

Gift Card Perfectly Basics
Pay with PB gift card by filling in the personal code in your shopping cart. If the credit isn’t sufficient for your order, you can use a different payment method to complete the amount.

Giropay only in Germany)
Pay safely and quickly with Giropay, within your own German bank’s familiar online payment surroundings.

Bancontant (only in Belgium)
Pay safely and quickly with Giropay, within your own Belgian bank’s familiar online payment surroundings.

The Electronic Payment Standard (EPS) is a payment method developed by several Austrian banks. This makes EPS the main payment method for bank transfers in Austria and very popular with Austrian customers.

24-hour reservation
You are expected to transfer the purchase amount to the account below, within 24 hours. Your order will be processed after payment has been received.

ING Netherlands
Perfectly Basics B.V. Haarlem | IBAN NL98 INGB 0667 9647 97 | BIC INGBNL2A

All transactions to Perfectly Basics are secured by payment system by Stripe. All information exchanged to process payments, is coded by the SSL-protocol. This information cannot be traced, intercepted or used by others. The information is not saved in our computer systems.

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