Payment methods at the curaloe-shop.com
Payment methods for new and old clients
If you are ordering with Curacao Ecocity Projects NV you can choose between the following payment methods:
You want to pay with Paypal :PayPal is an online payment platform that allows safe payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. Online money transfers serve as electronic alternatives to traditional paper payment methods such as cheques or money.
A PayPal account can be funded with an electronic debit from a bank account or by a credit card. The recipient of a PayPal transfer can either request a check from PayPal, establish their own PayPal deposit account or request a transfer to their bank account.
More information : www.paypal.com
By credit card/ debit card :You can use your credit card or debit card in the secure SSL surrounding.
Curacao Ecocity Projects NV gives you the guaranty that the process is 100% secure.
Paying methods for business clients:If you are already a regular client of ours, you can also pay via invoice or via an automatic debit transfer system. Or you can use a B2B account. Email us for more info!
On 10 days invoice:As a long standing client of ours, you may also have the option to pay your orders via invoice.
With the delivery of your products you will receive your invoice. Afterwards you can transfer the money from your bank account to ours within your agreed terms.
3-D Secure or HTTPS secured Payments:What is 3-D Secure? 3-D Secure is used to make online credit and debit card transactions more secure. It was developed by Visa to improve the security of Internet payments and offered to customers as the Verified by Visa service.
Services based on the protocol have also been adopted by MasterCard under the name MasterCard SecureCode. 3-D Secure adds another authentication step for online payments. The main advantage for cardholders is that there is a decreased risk of other people being able to use their payment cards fraudulently on the Internet.
How does 3-D Secure work? In most current implementations of 3-D Secure, the issuing bank or its ACS provider prompts the buyer for a password that is known only to the bank/ACS provider and the buyer. Since the merchant does not know this password and is not responsible for holding it, it can be used by the issuing bank as evidence that the purchaser is indeed their cardholder. This decreases risk in two ways:
Copying card details, either by writing down the numbers on the card itself or by way of modified terminals or ATMs, does not result in the ability to purchase over the Internet because of the additional password, which is not stored on or written on the card.
Since the merchant does not view the password, there is a reduced risk from security incidents at online merchants; so if an incident results in hackers obtaining other card details, there is no way for them to get the associated password and so a fraudulent event cannot occur.