We offer invoice, partial payment, account and card payments.

Invoice, partial payment and account, we offer in cooperation with Avarda, part of TF Bank. At the time of purchase, a customary credit assessment is made, which in some cases means that a credit report is taken. Then you will receive a copy of the credit information by post and / or digitally. The lender is Avarda, part of TF Bank. Full terms for invoice, installment payment and account can be seen at checkout before you make the purchase, but here are also links to, Avarda's credit terms and Standardized European consumer credit information.

Invoice for private individuals
The invoice will be sent to you by e-mail. 

We offer a 30-day invoice (SEK 0 in administration fee)

If payment is not made, a reminder fee of SEK 60 will be added.

You can choose to pay the entire invoice amount at once or later apply to divide the payment into smaller parts, then your purchase is transferred to an Account. The minimum amount to be paid in installments is stated on the invoice. More information about Account below and in the full terms and conditions.

Pay at your own pace
Account notice is sent by e-mail in the middle of each month, with a notification fee of f.n. 29kr. With partial payment, it is possible to pay at your own pace for up to 36 months.

Card payment
We use 3D Secure which is a global security standard developed by Visa and Mastercard for internet payment. The transfer is encrypted, which means that no unauthorized person can access your card information. The money is deducted from your card when you accept the order. Payment is via the Nets payment exchange. All communication between the store and your bank is handled by Nets and encrypted via SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). We thus never have access to the card information and can therefore not register or store your card information. When paying by card, fill in your card number, the card's validity period and CVC / CVV code. We accept payment with VISA and MasterCard which are issued in Sweden and the rest of the Nordic region.