Speed Buster Chiptuing - made in Germany

Payment and Shipping

Our payment and shipping policy

For our clients from Germany

Advanced payment: 0,00 EUR
Cash on delivery: 2,65 EUR + 2 EUR cash on delivery fee (directly to DHL)
Express: 19,90 EUR
Express cash on delivery: 28,90 EUR
Installation on site: 49,00 EUR

Standard shipment abroad

Austria/Switzerland: 0,00 EUR
Europe: 0,00 EUR
Rest of the world: 39,90 EUR

Express shipment abroad

Austria/Switzerland: 49,90 EUR
Europe: 49,90 EUR
Rest of the world: 99,90 EUR

How would you like to pay?

In advance On delivery Cash on site Invoice Hire-purchase

Transfer/advanced payment

As soon as your money is on our bank account, the order is prepared for dispatch.

Paypal Express - quick, safe and easy!

Compared to an advance payment, the delivery is on average 2-3 days quicker because we don’t have to wait for the monetary entrance.

Delivery with an invoice – comfortable and safe

Paying by invoice in the e-commerce – of course! Just like in the “real world” you go to the checkout directly and choose “pay by invoice” as your payment method. Afterwards, you will receive the notice that we have commissioned paymorrow with the handling of the invoice. Together with your goods we deliver your invoice, which you pay within 30 days.

Cash on delivery

The order is directly prepared for dispatch. You pay the deliverer comfortably in cash, directly upon delivery of the parcel.

Cash sale/ EC-card

You want to get your order directly at our site or have us install it? Then you can opt for a cash sale or payment by EC-card.

Credit card

Moneybookers unites several national and international payment methods under one label and ensures high safety for you.

Should you have any queries concerning our products, please do not hesitate to call us

+49(0)2642 999 111

At local rate – charges for mobile telephony may vary

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