Incoming payments

Accepting electronic card payments is not only good customer service. It is safer, faster and a key step in the growth of your business.​​​​​
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Rewarding your customers for their loyalty works. Which is why you should choose joyn: the digital loyalty programme that strengthens your customer relations and even helps attract new customers!​​​

Give your customers the option of paying you via their smartphone with Payconiq! Handy for your customers: since they always have their phone with them. And handy for you: since you can easily add an extra payment method to your shop, practice or office without any additional investment!​​​

With ING ePay, you choose how customers can pay for their online purchases. This way, you will never miss out on an order. Try out the payment page for free and see for yourself how smoothly it works.

​You have accounts with ING and with other banks? With an All-transfer agreement declaration you give authorisation for payments from an ING account to be made automatically into your own ING account. In some cases you will even receive the payment a day earlier.
If you offer Home'Pay as a payment method on your website, ING customers do not need a credit card to pay for their online purchases.​
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CODA

ING helps you with an efficient solution for receiving your daily account movements electronically, which is ideal for automatically reconciling your invoices in your accounting package.​

Bank transfer

From 1 February 2014, the European transfer is definitely replacing the national transfer. For a transfer in a currency other than the euro, you choose an international transfer.​​

SEPA Direct Debit

Are you looking for a simple solution for collecting recurring payments? If so, choose the Direct Debit.

zoomit

Zoomit lets you send invoices, payslips, tax assessments, credit notes and direct debit mandate forms to your customers and/or employees online in PDF format. They can then view these documents and pay their invoices online via internet banking services such as Home’Bank or Business’Bank.

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