When paying small amounts we recommend making your payment using a debit or credit card as this is the cheapest and easiest option. When making larger payments bank transfers may be the safest and cheapest option.
Should you wish to pay using a bank transfer, we ask that you please note this in the comments field and await our reply.
Our policy is to offer our items as cheap as possible. This means that any transaction fees are imposed on the buyer.
It is difficult to generalize about the pros and cons of bank transfers, as it can vary depending on the factor(s) involved at the financial institution(s). There are often quite different rules and traditions in this field from country to country.
Please be aware that some for bank transfers fees are applied in both your bank and our bank. In special cases it also affects other banks involved in the transfer.
We have experienced some very unfortunate examples of transferring small amounts where the transfer fees were higher than the actual amount transferred. Therefore, the payment of small sums - especially from abroad - is often cheaper to do using debit/credit cards.
Therefore, it is important that you are aware of all the costs of a bank transfer before choosing this payment method. All transactional costs/fees are on you (the buyer), whether it be foreign or domestic costs.
As a precaution, you should ask your bank to inform you of all relevant costs should you decide to use bank transfers as payment method. Inform your bank of the amount that you have to pay and that you have to pay all transfer costs/fees.
If you wish to pay using a bank transfer we kindly ask you to do it to our account in Jyske Bank:
Jyske Bank A/S, Mageloes 8, 5100 Odense C, Denmark
Registration number: 5051
Account number: 2013603
If needed for internet banking / home banking: 50510002013603
If transfer is from outside Denmark:
When making a payment from abroad, it is important that you transfer directly to Jyske Bank. Should you transfer the amount through another Danish bank, this other bank typically charge a fee of Danish kroner (DKK) 110.00. This fee is deducted from your deposit before it is inserted into our account and can therefore be missing in your total payment.
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