Payment Option 1: Mastercard, VISA or American Express
For direct credit card payments we use STRIPE. As of today Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted credit cards. Stripe is one of the best ways to accept payments online and in mobile apps. Stripe handles billions of dollars every year for forward-thinking businesses around the world. In order to make a payment using your credit card, you need the 16-digit card number, the validity period and the check digit (even CVV / CVC called).
When using Visa and MasterCard, the check digit corresponds to the 3 digits next to the signature panel on the back of card.
The 4-digit security code is usualy located on the front of the card, right above the embossed card number on an American Express card.
Your data is secure and protected by the secure SSL encryption method and processed immediately. In order to make your credit card payments on the Internet even more secure , our payment gateaway takes on all internationally recognised security standards( powered by Stripe Payments Europe, Ltd ) .
Credit Card Payment Processor is Stripe Payments Europe, Ltd
The Processor is Stripe Payments Europe, Ltd., a limited company incorporated under the laws of Ireland, which is a technical service provider. The processing and settlement of your Transactions (“Payment Processing”) are carried out by Stripe under seperate Processor Terms (the "Processor Terms"). By accepting this Agreement, you are also accepting and agreeing to be bound by the Processor Terms. By accepting this Agreement and the Processor Terms you are agreeing to the creation of an account with the Processor for Payment Processing (the “Processor Account”). We reserve the right to change the Processor, subject to the terms of our agreement with Processor. In the event of any inconsistency between this Agreement and the Processor Terms concerning Payment Processing or the Processor Account, the Processor Terms shall prevail. The Processor’s role is to accept and process credit card, debit card and other types of card payments (collectively “Cards”) with respect to sales of your products and services through internet-based transactions (“Card Not Present Transactions” or “CNP Transactions”).
PStripe now processes billions of dollars a year for thousands of businesses, from newly-launched start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Since Stripe powers so many new businesses, it's a snapshot of how the internet is changing; many users are in categories that barely existed five years ago. Web and mobile businesses around the world using Stripe include Twitter, Kickstarter, Shopify, Salesforce, Lyft, and many more. Stripe is 446 people and headquartered in an old trunk factory in the Mission district of San Francisco. The company has received around $300 million in funding to date; investors include Sequoia Capital, Visa, American Express, Peter Thiel, and Elon Musk.