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Payment methods

At HEXCHANGE, we strive to make the payment process as simple and secure as possible for all our customers. Below you will find an overview of the payment options available on our website:

  1. iDEAL - The most commonly used payment method for our Dutch customers.
  2. Credit Card - We accept most major credit cards for a quick and secure payment.
  3. PayPal - A popular and safe way to pay online without sharing your personal details.
  4. Bank Transfer - Transfer the total amount directly to our bank account. Please consider a slightly longer processing time.
  5. SOFORT Banking - A European payment method that enables fast and secured payments.
  6. Bancontact - The most commonly used payment method for our Belgian customers.
  7. eps - An electronic payment method popular in Austria.
  8. giropay - An online payment method offered by German banks.
  9. Przelewy24 - A Polish payment method for direct bank transactions.
  10. KBC/CBC Payment Button - A payment method for customers of the KBC and CBC banks in Belgium.
  11. Belfius Pay Button - Direct payment for Belfius customers in Belgium.

For businesses, we also offer the possibility to pay on account afterwards. However, please note that this option is only available for businesses and upon written permission from HEXCHANGE.

Safety First

At HEXCHANGE, the safety of your data is paramount. We use the latest security technologies to ensure that your payment details remain safe. All transactions are encrypted with SSL, ensuring your personal and financial information is always protected.

If you have any questions about our payment options or need assistance with completing your payment, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our team is here to help you!

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