How do I pay my invoice by card?

To be able to pay your invoice with a debit or credit card, you need your invoice number and a domain name that is associated with the invoice (for example, your Loopia Customerzone username). You also need the card number on your debit card, due date and the security code that is often found on the back of your card.

Payment is made at 

Fill in the invoice number and an associated domain name

Start by going to  and fill in the invoice number for the invoice you want to pay and an associated domain name, it works well with any domain name as long as it is located in the same account as the invoice. You will find the invoice number in the top right corner of the invoice you received via email or regular mail.

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Choose to pay with a new or a previously saved card

Choose to pay with a new or a previously saved card

In this step, you can choose to pay with a previously saved debit card, or you can choose to add a new one.

NOTE! If you choose to pay with a saved debit card, the payment will go through as soon as you click the “Pay with stored card”-button.

If you choose to add a new debit card, you will be forwarded to an external site to pay through Nets.

Make the payment via Nets

On the external payment page from Nets, you can enter the following information:

Payment method. Choose whether you want to pay with MasterCard, VISA or American Express.

Card Number. The (often) 16 digit long numbers are on the front of your debit card.

Expiry date, month / year. E.G 01/22 for a card expiring in January of 2022.

CVC Code. The security code that is usually listed on the back of your debit card.

Then you may need to confirm your payment through, for example, BankID is common in Sweden, how it works or if it is required depends on your card provider.

Get your confirmation that the payment has been completed

When the payment is completed, you will be sent back to where a confirmation of the payment will be displayed. You can also see a receipt for your payment through the Customer Zone.

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