To pay via bank transfer, all you need to do is navigate to your unpaid orders, find the order you want to pay for and select ‘proceed to pay’. Alternatively, you can select ‘pay now’ in the email we send after you win.
This will lead you to a page where you can select shipping details and payment options. The page will look something like this:
Who is eligible to pay via bank transfer?
You can only pay via bank transfer if:
You’re bidding in Euros.
Your bank is based in a SEPA country and supports SEPA Credit Transfer.
As of 1 March 2019, SEPA countries include:
The 28 EU member states
The Principality of Andorra an
The Vatican City State/the Holy See
How does it work?
When you select to pay via bank transfer, you’ll get an email at the email address you used to create your Catawiki account. This email will include a bank account number that you can use to make your payment. We recommend double checking that you’ve entered the correct bank account info and reference before you transfer your payment.
All bank transfers are processed by Stripe, our trusted payment partner and one of the most secure and reputable payment providers available. You can find out more in our article about how to pay for your object.
We’ll send you one of two different bank details. The details we’ll email to you depend on your bank so you might see either of the following:
Bank: Banking Circle - German Branch
Address: Chilehaus a fischertwiete 2
Zip code: 80333
Name: Saxo Payments A/S
Address: Oskar-von-Miller-Ring 20
Zip code: 80333
Country code: de
We would like to reassure you that both options are correct.
All of your payment information, including your credit card details, is handled securely. Your payment information is not stored on our servers.