Payment methods

PAYMENT METHODS

 

1. PAYMENT IN STORE:

Cash repayment in the store, if the amount does not exceed 500€.

Credit or debit card repayment at a charge on the final price of the product or up to 12 interest-free installments at the list nominal price.

 

2. DEPOSIT IN BANK ACCOUNT:

Choose to pay your order by direct bank deposit to one of the following bank accounts.

 

ALPHA BANK: 101-002320-014710

IBAN: GR100 140 1010 1010 0232 0014 710

SWIFT / BIC CODE: CRBAGRAA

 

EUROBANK: 0026-0104-96-0100408178

IBAN: GR1102 6010 40000 9601 0040 8178

SWIFT / BIC CODE: EFGBGRAA

 

 

NATIONAL BANK OF GREECE: 040-909824-08

IBAN: GR8201 10040 0000 0040 9098 2408

SWIFT / BIC CODE: ETHNGRAA

 

In this case your order will be executed after we know about the deposit of the money. In order to speed up the process, please send us a copy of the deposit receipt by fax (210 3302696) or email (sales@trimis.com.gr) when making the deposit. Please also note on your receipt the name and your order number.

In the case of a transfer from another bank, the costs are entirely borne by the buyer.

 

3. COURIER REPLACEMENT:

You can pay your order amount when you pick up the products. Invoice payment is only valid if you choose to send the ELTA COURIER (DOOR TO DOOR). The deposit is valid for amounts up to 50€. From 50€ or more you will have to deposit into a bank account.

The final product prices do not include shipping costs.

The cost of sending the delivery will be borne entirely by the customer.

Cash on delivery does not apply to orders outside Greece.

 

 

4. REPLACEMENT WITH HELLENIC POST:

You can pay your order amount when you pick up the products. Cash on delivery is only valid if you choose to send the ELTA SIMPLE POST. The deposit is valid for amounts up to 50 €. From € 50 or more you will have to deposit into a bank account.
The final product prices do not include shipping costs.

The cost of sending the delivery will be borne entirely by the customer.
Cash on delivery does not apply to orders outside Greece.