Secure payment

With Paypal, pay online with your credit card

Paypal is one way:

  • secure: SS secure system
  • convenient: pay with all types of credit cards: credit card, VISA, Master Card, American Express…
  • Free: no obligation to have a Paypal account

Indeed, paypal’s online payment system relies on information encryptiontechnology. When you pay, you will need to register your credit card numbers and expiry date. This information will be encrypted immediately in your computer before being sent to our bank via the Internet. Thus, no confidential information circulates on the network without having been previously encrypted.

All guarantees of confidentiality and security are therefore met.

Shopping process on our shop

When you order, you’ll have to choose your payment method:

By Paypal: you will then be redirected to the secure SSL Paypal interface. If you don’t have a Paypal account, click on the “You don’t have a Paypal account” link and choose the type of credit card you want to shop with.

Once you have entered your card details and, after validation, the purchase will be effective and your order validated.

What is PayPal?

PayPal, the undisputed leader in online payment, allows shoppers and sellers to send and receive payments online.

PayPal has more than 100 million accounts in 190 countries and regions around the world, and is part of the EBay Group. It is accepted by merchants everywhere, both on eBay and outside eBay.

PayPal helps protect your credit card information with the best fraud security and prevention systems on the market.

When you use PayPal, your financial information is never shared with our website.

For more information, please visit PayPal

What is a secure payment?

A “secure” payment means that transactions made over the Internet are protected from unauthorized interceptions and also from unauthorized changes and alterations to the original content of messages.

What is data encryption?

Encrypting data means making data secret. It is a question of transforming the letters that make up the message into a succession of numbers, and then making calculations on those numbers so that the recipient can decrypt them, this operation is called encryption.

Encode a message in such a way as to make it secret is called encryption. The reverse method of finding the original message is called decryption.