Your different payment options
- Online payment
- Directly pay via internet banking or through your bank
- Payment via the Border Exchange Office (GrensWisselKantoor – GWK Travelex)
- Payment at a branch of Janssen & Janssen
- Propose a payment arrangement
- As from 1 February 2014: pay with SEPA
Would you like to pay quickly and easily? The simplest payment method is via the internet. You can also pay your outstanding account online via Uwdossier-online. You can pay via this secure environment using iDEAL or otherwise propose a payment arrangement.
In order to log in, you will need the file number that is specified at the top of the letter. You will also need a valid e-mail address. The rest is self-explanatory.
Pay via uwdossier-online.
Do you want to make the payment through internet banking or through your bank yourself? Then you can do this to us ABN Amro account NL28ABNA0619275022. Caution! Do not forget to mention the filenumber. This can be found in the correspondence you have received from us.
Janssen & Janssen also provides the option of making payment via the Border Exchange Office (GrensWisselKantoor – GWK Travelex). GWK Travelex has 51 branches in the Netherlands. These branches are mainly located in the larger rail stations, various city centres and at Schiphol, Eindhoven Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport.
Would you like to pay your outstanding account via GWK Travelex? If so, take along the letter that you have received from us. The file number is on this letter. You will need this number in order to make payment.
Find a GWK Travelex branch in your area.
You can also pay at one of our branches using your PIN code. All of our branches are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Would you like to pay your outstanding account at a branch of Janssen & Janssen? If so, take along the letter that you have received from us. The file number is on this letter. You will need this number in order to make payment.
Find your closest Janssen & Janssen branch here.
It is possible in some cases to enter into a payment arrangement, enabling you to pay in instalments. Janssen & Janssen will assess whether this is possible in consultation with the creditor.
You can propose a payment arrangement by logging into uwdossier-online. In order to log in, you will need the file number that is specified at the top of the letter. You will also need a valid e-mail address. The rest is self-explanatory.
You can also propose a payment arrangement by e-mail. You can do this by e-mailing your request to ....
We wish to make you aware of the introduction of SEPA on 1 February 2014. SEPA stands for Single Euro Payments Area.
The purpose of SEPA is to standardise all euro payments in Europe, so in a few years there will no longer be any difference between a domestic payment and a euro payment between different countries. This means that bank account numbers will change. IBAN numbers will be used as of 1 February 2014. IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. This new bank account number consists of 18 figures and letters. A Dutch IBAN is a supplement to the current account number. The country code NL, a two-figure control number and the abbreviated name of the bank is added to the front of this number. You can also contact your bank for more information about SEPA.