Our secure payment offer

The secure payment platform used on our power-e-bike.fr site is BLUEPAID.

The payment process used with Bluepaid is fully encrypted and protected on the one hand by the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol.
andt by electronic banking software implemented by the service.

Consequently, the numbers of your bank card do not circulate unencrypted on the Internet.

Bluepaid is the intermediary between the power-e-bike.fr site and the customer. We therefore have no knowledge of your credit card number.

Your banking information is not saved on our servers.
This is why we ask you to provide them with each of your purchases on our site power-e-bike.fr

Bluepaid also does not retain card numbers after transmitting the payment transaction to the merchant's bank. They only pass through its systems.

Thus, no one has access to the details of the buyers' bank cards.
How is the payment transaction carried out on the Internet?

When the payment must be made, the buyer goes from the merchant's server to the BLUEPAID payment server which sends him to a payment page encrypted according to the SSL protocol. This page, which is displayed in HTTPS (https://www.bluepaid.com) presents the name of the merchant indicating that it is well referenced and authenticated by Bluepaid.

The buyer then enters the card numbers, expiry date and visual cryptogram and validates his payment. Then follows a request for authorization (fully encrypted) to the servers of the Visa, Mastercard or American Express networks via the banking network to which the merchant is affiliated. Beforehand, the credit card will have passed a series of tests by Bluepaid, allowing a good part of potential fraud to be ruled out.

At the end ofAfter this verification, the transaction is either accepted or refused, in both cases an authorization or refusal number being sent.
In the event of acceptance, Bluepaid sends the payment receipt by e-mail to the buyer and the merchant, the card number is never returned to the merchant.

The buyer is then automatically redirected to the merchant's server