We accept the following payment methods:
Bank card :
We offer you a fully secure payment. We accept the following cards:
- Debit Card / E-Debit Card
- Visa / Visa Electron
Provided by Stripe.
Fabrique et Pique guarantees you a safe payment.
Your bank details are fully encrypted and protected by an SSL certificate. This means that your bank details do not circulate in clear on the Internet and never reach the Fabrique et Pique site.
We use the third party service Stripe:
What security does Stripe use?
Stripe uses a standardized system of encryption called “SSL protocol”. It takes shape, when you are on the payment page, by:
A closed padlock in the corner of your browser.
The https: // mode instead of http: // in the address bar of your browser.
When you switch from unencrypted mode to encrypted mode (and vice versa), browsers display a message warning you of the change. Check these elements before entering confidential data, it is a guarantee of security. In order to use the most powerful protocols, we recommend that you use a browser of the latest version.
Stripe uses the following methods of securing its payment pages:
All card numbers are encrypted on disk with AES-256.
Stripe's infrastructure for storing, decrypting, and transmitting card numbers runs independently, without sharing any sensitive information with Stripe's core services.
Security at Stripe also includes the following certifications and licenses:
PCI DSS Level 1 Certification Money Transfer License in the United States
Complies with the European DSP2 directive and strong customer authentication
SSAE18 / SOC 1 Type 1 and 2 reports E-money license in Europe
What information do I need to use Stripe?
Stripe will ask you for the following information:
the bank card or private card number (15 or 16 digit numbers)
the visual cryptogram (last 3 or 4 digits on the signature strip of your card)
With the deployment of 3D Secure (recognizable by the “Verifed By Visa” or “MasterCard SecureCode” logos) your bank will also ask you during payment to authenticate yourself using confidential information to be entered on a web page of your own bank.