Credit Card Payment Information

The O2C Process Optimization Conference offers the possibility to pay conference tickets directly online via bank card through a secured payment platform provided by Stripe.
All info can be found on the FAQ page of their website here.

You will find below a short description about how you can shop in a safe and reassuring way.
When shopping, you should pay attention to the following matters:

  • Read through the information below, the conditions of the purchase and delivery terms.
  • Note your data relating to your purchase.
  • Keep a record of the transaction data connected to your payment. (transaction ID, Authorisation code)
  • Make sure that unauthorised person does not have access to the secret data of your card
  • Use a browser that recognises the option needed to SSL encryption

About security

See how Stripe handles security here.

Acceptable cards

Stripe’s payment system allows the use of cards like Mastercard/Maestro, VISA and American Express among others. Full details of accepted cards here.

Payment steps

  1. Select the conference ticket and the quantity you intend to pay with your bank card.
  2. Proceed with the check-out details (billing info) and select payment by credit card supported by Stripe.
  3. You will be asked to enter your card details and accept the terms and conditions.
  4. Upon completion, you will receive a confirmation about the result of the payment.

In the case of bankcard payments, following the successful transaction – this means the approval after the expiry date of the bank card and the coverage are controlled – Stripe debits the account of the Card Holder with the countervalue of the goods/services.

If you’re not directed back from the payment page to the Store’s website, the transaction qualifies as unsuccessful.
If you click on the “Back” or “Refresh” buttons of the browser, or close the browser window before you could be redirected to the store, the payment will qualify as unsuccessful.
If you wish to receive more information about the outcome of the transaction, or learn about the causes and details of unsuccessful transactions, please contact your account keeping bank.