- You will receive an invoice from Klarna by email. Please check your inbox after completing your order and, if necessary, also check the spam folder. The invoice is paid directly to Klarna.
- The payment period of 30 days granted by Klarna begins on the date of the order.
- Personalized products and digital data, as offered by us, cannot be returned. Of course, we offer replacements for damaged products.
- It may be possible that you will receive the ordered products (with the exception of the digital data, which are always available immediately) after the 30-day payment period (e.g. if the order volume is very high. Nevertheless, the payment period must be adhered to in any case.
- The billing and delivery addresses must be identical when paying with Klarna.
Purchase on Account
and what you should know about it
We are now offering this payment method, which is very popular in Switzerland, as of now. Assuming creditworthiness, Klarna offers purchase on account with a payment term of 30 days. Please note the following for the payment method.
Extract from our terms and conditions
5a. Purchase on account (payment via Klarna)
“In cooperation with Klarna Bank AB (publ), Sveavägen 46, 111 34 Stockholm, Sweden, we offer the following payment options. Payment is made to Klarna.
The full billing conditions for the countries in which this payment method is available can be found here: Switzerland
Purchase on account (Pay later): The payment period is 30 days from the order date.
Extract from our data protection regulations
6a – Purchase on account (payment via Klarna)
“In order to be able to offer you Klarna’s payment options, we will transmit personal data, such as contact details and order data, to Klarna. Klarna can thus assess whether you can use the payment options offered by Klarna and adapt the payment options to your needs.
General information for Klarna can be found here. Your personal details will be treated by Klarna in accordance with the applicable data protection regulations and in accordance with the information in Klarna’s data protection regulations. “