Which payment methods are available on Paigo?

Paigo offers a broad range of simple payment options guaranteeing the fast and secure payment of the outstanding claim. Your preferred payment method is certainly also available.

Please note: The available payment options depend on the creditor.


PAYMENT via sepa direct debit

With a SEPA direct debit, you authorise Paigo to debit a certain amount from your bank account on a one-off or regular basis ("direct debit"). You can trust us - we will only collect the amount you specify in the SEPA mandate. Your advantage: With this payment method you ensure that the payment deadline is met on time. Important: Make absolutely sure that your account has sufficient funds on the day of the debit.



Do you have a PayPal account? Then you can also settle the claims using Paypal on Paigo. After you have clicked on "Pay now", you are automatically forwarded to the PayPal payment page.



If you want to choose Giropay (debit card payment) as your payment method, simply select the bank at which you have an online banking account as the next step. After one click on "Pay", you log in using your online banking access data. All the data is automatically filled in for you. You then carry out the transfer as usual by using a TAN.



Paying by instant transfer via Klarna is very simple: You simply select your bank, log in using your on-line banking access data and confirm the payment by entering a TAN.



If you would like to transfer money online from a Dutch bank account, you can use the connection via iDEAL without visiting your bank's homepage. We will forward you directly.



For payments from Poland, we offer you the payment service Przelewy24. You will be forwarded directly from the P24 portal to your bank's online-banking service. Please have your access data ready for logging in.



You can use Trustly from Sweden and Germany if your bank is connected to this service. With Trustly, you can make the transfer immediately without having to switch to your bank's website.

Do you have problems in making a payment or the selected payment type is not available? Then read more on this in the Paigo FAQ under "What do I do if Paigo rejects a payment type?" or under "Why can't I use my chosen payment type?"