as part of a credit card payment, Homéose has chosen partners that provide you with a way to encrypt your Personal data (name, address, bank details). This encryption uses the various transaction security protocols.
Your bank details are not registered by Homéose. They pass through the banking universe and are insured to date by the CIC online payment system (CMCIC payments) or the Savings Bank (BPCE - SystemPay)
We accept Visa cards, Mastercard, American Express, Visa Electron, Visa Maestro,... As well as the blue E-cards.
Homéose offers you the possibility to make your purchases via credit card associated with a "3d secure" verification.
Choose the payment by CB displaying this logo:
in order to enhance the security of online payments Visa and Mastercard have created a method of controlling Called 3d secure.
This control takes place during an Internet purchase, once the usual information is entered (16 digits of the card, validity date & cipher).
It often comes in the form of a new window asking you, depending on the banking institution, your date of birth, a code received by SMS or the answer to a secret question for example.
The purpose of this is to ensure that the payment is made by the card bearer. In the case of theft or loss, the information entered on the card is therefore rendered unnecessary in the context of a 3Dsecure payment.
You will find below the explanations on the Internet sites of each banking institution.
PayPal is a service that allows you to pay online, send and receive money without sharing your banking information.
as a banking institution within the European Union, PayPal provides you with more than 10 years of experience in secure online payments.
PayPal encrypts and secures your banking information and never communicates it to Homéose.
Simplicity & Speed
No need to enter the 16 digits of your credit card every time you make an online purchase. All you need to do is use your PayPal usernames (email and password).
paying online with PayPal does not cost you more than with your credit card. If you are shopping in euros in the euro area of the European Union, it is free of charge.