Payment methods

Payment by invoice

Business customers can order from us on invoice. Paying by invoice means that you first receive the products and only pay afterwards.

When you have received the products, you will receive an invoice by e-mail. We use a payment term of 14 days.

We kindly ask you to state the invoice number with the payment. This way we can easily recognize the payment.

If you order from us for the first time, we may contact you after your order to request several company details. The delivery time will of course not be affected by this.

How can you order on invoice?

As a company you can order on invoice after we have received your company number and VAT number in addition to the invoice and delivery details. You can fill this in with your order.

We reserve the right to send a proforma invoice with a first order from a new business customer. We request that you pay the first order in advance.

Medical2Day can refuse a new business customer to pay on account without giving any reason. All this will of course be communicated in advance.

Payment in the webshop?

If you place an order online with us and want to pay, you can choose from the following payment options: bancontact, bank transfer, credit card, we accept Visa, pay with Klarna or a Medical2Day gift voucher.

(unfortunately you cannot hand in eco-cheques with us)

Can you order and shift the VAT?

Is your company established and registered in the Netherlands, and are you an entrepreneur for VAT purposes? Then it is possible to order products from us with a VAT deferral. You then use the intra-community supply (ICP), which means that the VAT reverse charge scheme is applied.

Create a business account and enter your VAT number, the VAT will then be automatically reversed during the checkout of the order. Please ensure that the billing address you provide matches the address where the VAT number is located, otherwise we cannot process your order.

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