Safe payment

More often, purchases and-/or banking are done by computer. To ensure all online transactions are safe, banks must meet strict safety requirements for electronic payments. You must also make sure that you do not provide your bank information to others.

Once you log-in at the bank, the bank will establish a secure connection so that others cannot see what data between you and the bank is exchanged. For this connection, SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is used to keep your data save. This security technique ensures that all information is encrypted and will therefore only be recognized by your own computer and the bank. An SSL connection is active when a padlock in the address bar is shown.

You can choose from the following options:

  • iDEAL
  • DIRECTebanking
  • Giropay
  • Mistercash
  • Bank transfer
  • Visa Card
  • MasterCard

iDEAL allows you to make trusted, secure and easy online purchases. iDEAL is the system that links you directly to your online banking program for an online purchase. In order to use iDEAL, you do not need to register, download files or create an account. If you are currently using online banking with ABN AMRO, ASN Bank, Fortis, Friesland Bank, ING, Rabobank, SNS Bank or SNS Regio Bank, you can pay directly using iDEAL. You can pay quick and easy using the safe and familiar online banking section your bank has to offer. Pay as you are already used to.
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DIRECTebanking is the direct payment method with a TUV-certificate and a by TUV approved transaction security. DIRECTebanking was developed by Payment Network AG and allows real-time, guaranteed and secure banking transactions in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. This system will become available in more countries. Belgium, England and France are expected to be added by mid-year. Click here for more information on DIRECTebanking.

Giropay is the most commonly used online payment method in Germany, similar to ideal in the Netherlands. Giropay is available in Germany by the following banks, Sparkassen, Postbank, Volksbanken Raiffeisenbanken, MLP, Cronbank, Readybank, CVW Privatbank and Bank PSD. These banks cover 85% of the German market.
The real time payment system is simple and has many conveniences for German account holders.
Click here for more information (the site is in German)

Mister Cash
. Belgian banking customers with Dexia, Fortis, ING, FINTRO, KBC, CBC, AXA Bank or VDK Savings Bank can use MultiSafepay with Mister Cash to purchase online with their debit card. Safety and reliability are absolutely guaranteed.
Click here for more information.

Bank transfer
means that, after entering your order, you first have to remit the correct order amount to the account of Chrisel FluidTechnics. This can be done by internet banking or through a transfer form. A bank transfer is safe and no extra costs are involved, but generally lasts one to three days longer. These type of payments are part of bank-to-bank transfers and therefore are not always deposited directly to the account of Chrisel ReelTechnics.

Visa card. If you are paying with Visa, the following will be asked from you. Visa card number and expiration date. Sometimes you will also have to type in the three digits on the back of your card. The amount is included on your next billing summary. You can check this amount before it is deducted from your account. All insurances your Visa card have, apply for purchases on the internet as well.
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Mastercard. Accepted by most web shops and most of the time you can use it to make payments by phone. Which is impossible with a normal bank card.
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