Payment methods

Gooze offers a broad range of payment methods to maximise the ease of use of our webstore. We use Mollie Payments as provider for multiple payment methods. With Mollie payments can be executed in quick and safely in your own language. You can use the following payment methods after ordering in our store:

Online payments via Visa/mastercard creditcards are also supported on

Paying with a (Iban) bank transfer. However your order will only be sent after we have received the payment.

Paypal ensures that everyone with an emailadres can perform quick and safe international payments for online purchases. Gooze supports this method of payment. A payment fee will be applied for paypal. 

Ideal (NL)
Prepaying with your own bank using Ideal. Using Ideal you can safely and easily pay for your online purchases in your own banking environment, with the specific security measures used by your bank. Ideal can be used without registration, but only in combination with a Dutch bankaccount.

Bancontact & Mr. Cash (BE)
For our clients from Belgium which have an account at one of the following banks Dexia, Fortis, ING, FINTRO, KBC, CBC, AXA bank of VDK Spaarbank we also support bankcontact/mr. Cash.

Sofort (AT, BE, DE, IT, PL, ES & CH)
Sofort banking is the direct payment method with TÜV cerficate and with TüV certificied transaction safety. In case of payment by sofort banking the payment is accustomed by Payment Network AG. You can pay directly and securely using online banking of your own bank. Payments using Sofort are always sent using encryption.


Safe Payments

We use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) as the protocol for the safe transfer of data via internet (or other networks). The SSL-protocol encodes information so that this is not legible during the transfer between two computers. If the data have been received, SSL will decode the information, verify whether the sender is correct (Server Authentication) and checks whether the data have not been changed (Message Integrity). SSL uses digital certificates during the checking of the transfer at the sender and the recipient. A digital certificate is being used for the linking of information about an individual or organization to a general key (Public Key). All SSL-certificates are offered by certified developers and are therefore unique and correct. Every person or organization that applies for an SSL-certificate needs to provide his/her own identity. For consumers the only requirement for the successful use of SSLs is that the internet browser accepts these.