You can choose payment through the payment system of PayPal. PayPal is a safe and easy way to pay online. In case you choose PayPal as your payment method, once you have added the selected products to your cart and completed the shipping details, you will be transferred to the protected environment of PayPal in order to complete your transaction safely.
PayPal accepts all credit and debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Citibank) and the payment can be made:
Once your purchase and payment has been completed, you will receive a confirmation e-mail from PayPal as well as a confirmation from us and the shipment will start as soon as possible.
After completing your order you must transfer the total amount of your order within 5 business days. So that the dispatch procedure can start. You can send us a copy of your bank transfer or your bank order per fax at 0030 2310302600 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Υour order will be sent once the transfer appears at our bank account..
You can pay the amount of your order to one of the following account:
Piraeus Bank (ONLY for deposits in GBP):
Piraeus Bank (ONLY for deposits in euros):
If possible, please provide as reason for payment your order number, which you receive per e-mail. The total amount will automatically appear once you have chosen Payment through a Bank Transfer as your payment method. Transfer costs are borne solely by the buyer.
If you choose cash-on-delivery as your payment method, as soon as we have confirmed your order by telephone, we will immediately start with the procedure of the delivery of your purchase. By the time you receive your delivery you will have to pay the amount of your items in cash. The cash-on-delivery fee is 20€ (the fee in other currencies depends on the daily exchange rate). Before the shipping of your products we will contact you by telephone to confirm your order. For orders with cash on delivery there is unfortunately no possibility of an express shipment. The option of cash-on-delivery is not available for deliveries outside the EU.