- Bank transfer
- Bancontact (Belgium users)
- EPS (Austrian users)
- giropay (German users)
- iDeal (Dutch users)
- Multibanco (Portuguese users)
- Przelewy24 (Polish users)
- Sofort (German and Austrian users)
Once you place your order the items will be put on hold and you’ll receive a preliminary invoice with our bank details on it. On your bank transfer you have to specify your customer code and order number. When we receive the payment, we prepare and ship your order according to our shipment methods.
NAME: Bikeroom S.r.l.
BANK: Intesa San Paolo S.p.a.
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 00009205
ALTERNATIVE BIC/SWIFT: BCITITMMXXX
Klarna is a payment provider for some European countries, specifically Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Germany and Austria. It allows you to order your preferred bike splitting your purchase into 3/6/12/24 equal payments. Just enter the credit or debit card details of you choice and make automatic payments every 30 days.
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Paying with your credit or debit card is easy and secure too (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club, JCB). To transmit your card information we use an SSL cryptographic secure module. Make sure that your card limit is high enough, otherwise your order won’t be proceeded.
Bancontact (Belgium users)
Bancontact, founded in 1979 and formerly known as Bancontact/Mister Cash, is a bank redirect payment method offered by more than 80% of online businesses in Belgium.
EPS (Austrian users)
EPS is an Austrian online transfer payment method. It’s accepted by 80% of all online businesses in Austria and was developed jointly by the Austrian banks and government. At checkout, you choose EPS, select the name of your bank, and log into your online banking environment. Your review the pre-populated payment details and authorize the funds to be credited.
giropay (German users)
giropay is an online bank transfer payment method offered by more than 1,500 banks in Germany.
You are able to complete transactions using your online bank credentials, with funds being debited from your bank account. Depending on your bank, you confirm payments using a second-factor authentication or a PIN.
iDeal (Dutch users)
iDEAL is a Netherlands-based payment method that allows customers to complete transactions online using their bank credentials. All major Dutch banks are members of Currence, the scheme that operates iDEAL. In order to pay with iDEAL, you are redirected to your online banking environment where you can authenticate the payment using a second factor of authentication. The exact customer experience depends on the bank.
Multibanco (Portuguese users)
Multibanco is an interbank network that links the ATMs of all major banks in Portugal, allowing customers to pay through either their ATM or online banking environment. At checkout, you select the Multibanco payment method and then log into the Multibanco page, which displays a reference number and other transaction details.
Przelewy24 (Polish users)
Przelewy24 (P24) is a Polish payment method. It allows you to pay for internet-based transactions using direct online transfers from your bank account.
In order to pay with Przelewy24, you are redirected to an online environment where you can authenticate your payment by logging into your bank’s site. For the majority of banks, destination details (Przelewy24’s bank account) are pre-populated, though in some cases you has to enter details manually.
Sofort (German and Austrian users)
Sofort is a bank transfer-based payment method that was acquired by Klarna, a Swedish banking company, in 2014.
In order to pay with Sofort, you will be redirected to Sofort’s site where you enter your bank login credentials. Upon authentication, Sofort initiates a bank transfer from your bank account.