With a direct bank transfer, does ordering before 14:00 also count as shipping today?
This only applies if the payment is in the account before 14:00. Your order will be on hold as long as the payment has not been made.
Is quantity discount possible?
When ordering large quantities, we would like to ask you to contact us so that we can make you a suitable offer.
Can I pay afterwards?
Postpaying is unfortunately not possible. The payment must be paid to us before we send the order.
How does payment via bank transfer work?
You can also choose to pay by bank transfer. You will receive an e-mail with the payment details and as soon as Nikki.Amsterdam has received the amount, you will proceed to processing your order.
How does payment with PayPal work?
When paying with PayPal, you link your own payment accounts or credit card (s) to a PayPal account and you can complete the payment in a secure environment. Creating an account is easy and free and you can transfer direct payments online to the PayPal account. If the payment is approved, we immediately proceed to processing your order and we can immediately send the products to you.
How does payment by creditcard work?
Payments through VISA, Meastro, Mastercard and American Express are accepted by Nikki.Amsterdam. If the payment is approved by your bank, we can immediately proceed to processing your order and we can immediately send the products in stock to you.
How does I pay with iDEAL?
When paying with iDEAL, you pay the requested amount online via your own bank. The amount will be debited directly from your account and your bank will give Nikki.Amsterdam a confirmation that payment has been made. Because payment is made immediately, we can immediately proceed to processing your order and we can immediately send the order to you.
You can choose from the following payment options; Ideal, credit card, Paypal, bank transfer, bancontact, SOFORT Banking, KBC / CBC, Belfius Direct net. Your data is protected. You can see this through the lock in your browser and because https appears instead of http.