We like to keep costs low

To keep administration costs as low as possible, we work with a practical prepaid payment system. You pay through an online e-wallet. The monthly subscription costs of the various services purchased and therefore also PriPost and the costs for processing your mail are settled with this e-wallet. All you have to do is ensure that there is sufficient balance in your e-wallet.

A threshold amount is automatically set that is based on the total costs from the past and / or the purchased services. As soon as the balance falls below this threshold amount, you will receive a message by email (notification) with the request to top up the balance. If necessary, the reminder is repeated (a number of times). In the PriPortal you can increase the threshold amount yourself, so that you receive a notification earlier.

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Depositing money in your e-wallet

Deposits in the e-wallet can be made via various payment options:

  • By direct debit
    This is what most customers use because you no longer have to worry about paying on time. An amount will be collected from your bank with which the e-wallet will be replenished, so that the services can be paid for. This amount may vary depending on the services you have. It can happen that several collections take place per month or that a few months pass before another collection takes place. This has to do with the costs you incur for, among other things, mail processing. You can easily request a direct debit via the portal at My Account > Financial.

  • Deposit yourself via the portal
    You can also deposit money yourself in the e-wallet by using the various payment methods in the PriPortal. In this case, you must keep an eye on your balance yourself to prevent your account from going on standby.

  • Ideal (free)
  • Bank transfer (free)
  • Creditcard *
  • Bancontact *
  • Mister Cash *
  • SOFORT banking *
  • EPS *
  • Giropay *
  • KBC/CBC *
  • Belfius *
  • ING Home Pay *
  • Przelewy24 *

* There are costs associated with these deposit options