Pay safely through bank transfer or paypal.
The bank transfer is a banking transaction where a person called payer money transfers to another, called the beneficiary. Usually both parties have a current account and the money is transferred from one to another, but if the customer does not have its own account can present the sum to be sent to the bank teller.
The bank transfer is a few years the form of payment most used in the world _, not just business owners or professionals as before, is now the standard for receiving and sending payments of all types. The bank transfer is the most secure method of payment in the world.
By bank transfer can be sure to send the sum of money, which has no limits nor minimum nor maximum, in a completely safe even very far in a short time and who we want. In the European Union the time required to get a bank transfer is three days, but it may vary in other places. However we are confident that the money will come, and that with our receipt and the CRO (code reference operation) the beneficiary may not doubt of payment.
Ithe bank transfer is considered the most secure and rapid movement of large sums for distance. This method of payment is that with which the greater amount of money is mobilized each year.
When we send a bank transfer, the parameter that matters most is the IBAN. If, however, the transfer must be sent from country to country, and especially in countries that do not belong to the European Union, we must enter the SWIFT code, consisting of alphanumeric characters with whom you can identify the nation, and the bank where deliver the bank transfer.
PayPal, the world leader for online payments, enables buyers and businesses to send and receive payments online. PayPal has over 100 million accounts in 190 countries and territories. Is accepted by merchants worldwide.
PayPal helps protect your credit card information with innovative security systems and fraud prevention measures. When you use PayPal, your financial information is never shared with the merchant.
User can use the Service for individual payments, to be made only once, or open an account to make regular payments. If the User use the Service to make a single payment, PayPal will provide the User with information relating to the payment in question both before and after receiving the request to make the payment. Such information will be provided to the User: on web pages displayed before the execution of the payment; in emails sent by PayPal to the User and in the section "Key Payment and Service Information"Paypal do not charge to the User for sending a single payment via the Service (although this payment may predict rates in case of currency conversion, or if it is performed by another person, for example, through the credit card company ). The data that the user must provide us to make a single payment include data on the payment card and other information requested in the pages where the user gives instructions to PayPal to make the payment. The payment is made once the payment systems PayPal permit (ie, even within the next business day), following the request of the User. If the creditor requires the execution of the payment at a later time, Paypal will execute the payment order in accordance with the instructions provided by the recipient. To send a payment to a third party via the Service, the User usually provides the email address of the recipient. In this way, the User sending the payment required to PayPal to transfer electronic money from their PayPal account to the account of the recipient. If the payment is accepted by the recipient, the transfer is completed. The User can send payments in different currencies, including: euro, US dollar, Thai baht, CZK, DKK, NOK, SEK, Australian dollars, Canadian dollars, Hong Kong dollars, New Zealand dollars, Singapore dollars , Hungarian Forint, Swiss franc, new Taiwan dollars, Israeli New Shekels, Argentine pesos, Philippine pesos, Mexican pesos, Brazilian reais, pounds, Polish zloty and Japanese yen.