(Foreign) Payment Methods

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Do you have guests from abroad? Make sure these guest are able to pay!!

Are you also targeting guests from abroad at your campsite or holiday park? Yes? Then you have probably translated your website, or at least the important pages into, for example, English, German or French. Thanks to these translations you make it easy for the guest from abroad, because they understand what they are reading. This will encourage these guests to make a reservation at your holiday park or campsite more quickly.

But have you ever considered the payment options available to guests from abroad? When you receive guests from abroad, it is nice that they can use a payment method that is known to them. When international payment optionsare offered on your website, this builds trust with the guest from abroad and ensures that they make a reservation faster or complete it online.

You can easily add international payment methods in Mollie. For this you need to have linked Mollie with Booking Experts, you can read how to do this here. With a contract you have access to all payment methods, which you can select to use. The amounts and percentages differ per payment method. If you have the payment methods module in the footer on your website, the logos of the different payment methods with which the guests can use to pay are displayed here

An overview of the most important international payment methods:

Worldwide and throughout Europe:

  • Mastercard (Personal card European Union, Business & outside EU cards)
  • Visa (Personal card European Union, Business & outside EU cards)
  • SEPA-incasso (Europe)
  • SEPA-overboeking (Europe)
  • SOFORT Banking (Europe)
  • American Express (Worldwide)
  • PayPal (Worldwide)
  • Paysafecard (Worldwide)

Individual countries:

  • Klarna postpay(Austria, Finland, Germany, Netherlands)
  • Klarna spreaded payment(Austria, Finland, Germany)
  • EPS (Austria)
  • Giropay (Germany)
  • KBC/CBC-betaalknop (Belgium)
  • Belfius betaalknop (Belgium)
  • ING Home'Pay (Belgium)
  • Bancontact (Belgium)
  • CartaSi (Italy)
  • Cartes Bancaires (France)
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