User agreement


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In this User Agreement (“Agreement”), we set out the terms and conditions that are applicable between you, the Organisation (which in this document also includes “you” or “your”), of which the details are included on the registration page in the Payment Module under ‘business information’, and Mollie B.V. (which in this document also includes “Mollie”, “we”, “us” or “our”). In this Agreement you and we are each referred to as Party and jointly as Parties.


In this Agreement, the following terms mean:


The account held with Mollie in the name of the Organisation for which the Organization or for which Mollie, among other things, enables one or more Payment Methods, records Transactions, and updates Balances.


The application programming interfaces that may be used to access the Payment Module.

Application Fees

Any use, recurring, or licence fees charged to Sub-merchants by the Platform Merchant.


The funds that are available in your Account after factoring in all debits and credits Mollie can charge as a result of the processed Transactions and Mollie’s Payment Services. This amount may include Guarantees that are required by Mollie.

Beta Services

A pre-release service which is not yet generally available.


Logos, trademarks, trade names, slogans or other indications of ownership.


A charge that is returned to a payment card after the Customer successfully disputes a Transaction with us or a Financial Institution. Chargebacks may result from (i) invalidation of a Transaction by a Financial Institution or Intermediary; (ii) funds settled to you in error or without authorisation; and (iii) submission of a Transaction in violation of the applicable Payment Method rules, or where submission of the Transaction or your use of Mollie’s Payment Services violates this Agreement.


Your customers who wish to pay for products and/or services provided by you through the Payment Module.


A web page made available to the Organisation by Mollie via an access code, by which the Organisation can view data recorded by Mollie on historical Transactions, and where settings relating to the services provided by Mollie to the Organisation can be changed.

Data Protection Laws

All applicable legislation relating to data protection and privacy including, without limitation, the GDPR, all local laws and regulations which amend or replace any of them, together with any national implementing laws in any Member State of the European Economic Area (EEA), to the extent applicable, in any other country, as amended, repealed, consolidated or replaced from time to time.

Error Message(s)

An error message that results in you not being able to use the Payment Module in a way as intended in this Agreement.


The compensation to be paid to Mollie for the use of the Payment Module and the Payment Services. The Fees include charges for Transactions (such as processing a payment) and for other events connected with your Mollie Account (such as handling a disputed debit or charge or a request for information).

Financial Institution(s)

One or more banks or credit institutions the Payment Module is connected to and that process Transaction(s) for which an order has been given via the Payment Module.


The wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.

Fraud Protection Solution

A software solution to detect and prevent fraud made available by Mollie to you.


The funds held by Mollie, withheld by Mollie from your Account and/or separately deposited with Mollie by you on Mollie’s request as security for Chargebacks, Refunds, fines, fees or other liabilities due to Mollie. This may also include personal or other guarantees or securities that are required by Mollie.


Every possible intermediary between Mollie and the Financial Institutions, including proprietors of payment products and brands (such as Currence, Visa, MasterCard and American Express), their acquirers, as well as the networks they use for the transmission and processing of transactions, judicial or government authorities.


Mollie B.V., with offices at Keizersgracht 126, 1015 CW Amsterdam. Mollie B.V. has a licence for the provision of payment services in conformity with the Financial Supervision Act (Wft), and is as such under the supervision of De Nederlandsche Bank under the relation number F0038.

Mollie Connect

Software developed by Mollie by which Accounts can be linked to each other in a one-way manner with a ‘Platform Merchant’ and a ‘Sub-merchant’, which can include without limitation: viewing rights, managing Sub-merchants, charging fees, routing and splitting payments and receiving referral commissions.

Multi-currency Processing

Mollie supports processing of Transactions in different foreign currencies, including settling these Transactions to the Organisation’s Balance in a currency different from the one in which the Organisation accepted a payment from its Customer.


The organisation that aims to use the Payment Module of Mollie for purposes including, but not limited to, the sale of products and/or services to Customers.


An unannounced interruption or unintentional modification in the operation of the Payment Module, which results in the Payment Module not delivering the functionality agreed upon with the Organisation.

Payment Information

All personal financial, card or transaction information corresponding to a Transaction processed through the Payment Module.

Payment Method

The way a Customer wishes to compensate the Organisation for the goods or services delivered or to be delivered. This payment method must be offered by Mollie (to the specific Organisation), by the Organisation to its Customer, and resulting transactions must be processed by the Payment Module.

Payment Module

Software developed by Mollie by which:

  • Transactions can be presented to Financial Institutions for processing, possibly via one or more Intermediaries;
  • Information on the status of the processing of payments can be displayed and/or sent by to the Organisation by email;
  • The Organisation can view data relating to Transactions on the Dashboard by entering an access code;
  • Features that are made available can be enabled.

Payment Services

The collective set of services provided by Mollie, which include: online payments, recurring payments, payment processing, payment routing, fraud control, reconciliation, reporting, settlements and/or services provided by Mollie to enable the Organisation to use the Payment Module and any other payment services offered by Mollie.

Personal Data

Any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.


Any type of multi-sided marketplaces and other electronic commerce or software platforms.

Platform Fees

Any use, recurring, or licence fees charged to Sub-merchants by the Platform Merchant, which may include Mollie’s Fees.

Platform Merchant

The Account that has connected one or more Sub-merchants via Mollie Connect.


The instruction to (partially) return funds to a Customer for an existing Transaction.

Security Measure

Any procedure or measure that is prepared by Mollie or is proposed for the purpose of reducing the risk of Fraud and/or credit risk in the use of the Payment Module by the Organisation. Mollie or the Organisation can implement such security measures by way of policy, processes and/or systems.


The Stichting Mollie Payments (Mollie Payments Foundation), with offices at Keizersgracht 126, 1015 CW Amsterdam, registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under nr. 50205773. SMP receives and manages the funds received on behalf of the Organisation. SMP as a safeguarding foundation for third party funds is affiliated with Mollie B.V., and is therefore involved by De Nederlandsche Bank in its supervision.


A remedy or alternative manner of operation for an Error Message after Mollie has received and confirmed an Error Message, in such a way that the Payment Module delivers the functionality agreed upon with the Organisation.

Split Payments

The Mollie Connect functionality which can be used to split payments between a Platform Merchant and a Sub-merchant as described in the Mollie Connect documentation for splitting payments.


The Account that is connected to a Platform Merchant via Mollie Connect.


Orders given via the Website of the Organisation by one or more Customers for payment by the Customer(s) for products and services of the Organisation, which order is presented for processing to one or more Financial Institutions by using the Payment Module.


One or more websites or other services maintained by the Organisation, such as apps for cell phones.


Article 1.1.    Scope of this Agreement and position of Mollie

This Agreement provides a general description of the services that Mollie may provide to you, including the Payment Services that enable you to accept payments from your Customers or your Sub-merchants’ Customers in exchange for the products and/or services delivered by you or your Sub-merchants. Mollie provides a more detailed description of its services and features in its published documentation, API’s and additional resources that are made available to you on our website or in your Dashboard.

Mollie cannot be held liable for the products and/or services that are purchased by using the Payment Module. During provision of the Payment Services, Mollie acts as a technical service provider for the Financial Institution that ultimately provides the Payment Service under this Agreement.


Article 2.1.    Registration Process

The services of Mollie are only available to legal persons and legal constructs (organisations), and explicitly not to persons who want to receive payments in the personal, family or household sphere. You must register with Mollie before you can use our services. You register by creating an Account. In order to comply with anti-terroism, financial services and other applicable laws and regulations and KYC (“Know Your Customer”) requirements , as required by Mollie, its affiliates and/or imposed by Financial Institutions or Intermediaries, Mollie is required to ask you for certain information. Consequently, during the registration process, Mollie will request information including the name of your organisation, the trading name (if applicable), address details, email address and telephone number, registration number with the Chamber of Commerce and VAT number, and any other information that we may reasonably request from time to time, which you need to provide on our first request. You must also provide Mollie with information on the ultimate beneficial owners of the Organisation. The persons you register with Mollie must also be competent and authorised to that effect. You confirm your nationality during the registration, and that you are authorised to develop business activities in the registered country.

You represent, warrant and undertake that all information you provide to Mollie is accurate, complete and truthful, and that you will update registration information promptly upon any change so that it is at all times complete, accurate and up to date. You must inform Mollie without delay of changes in the corporate name, corporate status, corporate structure, type and scope of the services or any other relevant changes. Mollie may also ask for additional information or supporting documentation during your onboarding and/or thereafter which you need to provide promptly on our first request. We may suspend your Account with immediate effect or terminate this Agreement without a notification period if you fail to keep this information up to date and/or if you don’t provide us with the requested information upon first request.

Mollie will provide you with a username (partner ID) and a (temporary) password, which you need to change in some cases on the first time you log in on Mollie. The username and password provided by Mollie are strictly personal and may not be shared with anyone. You are exclusively responsible for any damage and/or any loss arising from misuse of the username and password, and you must inform Mollie of the loss, theft and/or misuse thereof.

If you are eligible, you will be able to receive payments on your Mollie Account after your registration, but this does not mean that your application has already been accepted by Mollie. Only after a full verification as described in Article 2.3, Mollie will decide to accept or decline your application to receive full access to the Payment Services. Payouts of the Balance are only possible after full verification. If your application is declined and depending on the reason for declining your application, it is possible that we will not be able to pay out the Balance to you.

Article 2.2.    Website (profiles)

You are required to register all Websites (URLs) using the Payment Services with Mollie. You can do so by generating a Website profile in your Account for each URL. It is not allowed to use the Payment Module on Websites other than those registered explicitly and in advance with Mollie. Nor is it allowed to initiate Transactions via a Website profile other than the profile belonging to the Website on which the Transaction is initiated. Besides the URL you must register the trading name under which you do business via this URL. Mollie can use this information in the way in which Transactions are displayed on your Customers’ account statements. Mollie is not responsible for any costs arising from the fact that Clients do not recognise the trading name of a specific Transaction on their account statement.

You represent, warrant and undertake that the URL(s) you register with Mollie do not contain any illegal, libellous, defamatory, obscene, pornographic or blasphemous material or expressions. Mollie will terminate the use of the Payment Module for such URLs immediately (after discovery).

Where you mention the Payment Method(s) available to Customers, not limited to the payment page of your Website, you must include all Payment Methods offered by you, and you must display the Brand(s) belonging to the Payment Method as prescribed by the specific Payment Method. You must not criticise or deliberately misrepresent any of the Payment Methods or the services linked to them, nor are you allowed to engage in any activities that damage the interests or Brands of Mollie or the Payment Method(s). In such a case, Mollie may suspend your Account immediately.

Article 2.3.    Verification and Acceptance

After registration, we verify your identity and we assess the risk that your business activities constitute for Mollie, on the basis of which we decide whether or not to make the Payment Services available to you. For this purpose, Mollie may share your information, including the Personal Data of your legal representative(s) or ultimate beneficial owner(s), with any of its affiliates and any Financial Institution. We may ask you to make additional information available for these verification activities, including financial statements, invoices, permits or other types of identification or permissions issued by governmental authorities. By accepting this Agreement, you give us and the Financial Institution (if this is considered necessary) permission to retrieve information about you and to make this information available to third parties, including, but not limited to, businesses engaged in the registration of creditworthiness and other information providers. You hereby give these third parties permission as well to provide such information about you to us. You are aware that such information also includes your name, address, credit history and other data. Mollie may update this information periodically to determine whether you continuously meet our conditions and comply with this Agreement.

You hereby give Mollie permission to share information about you and your application (irrespective of whether the application is approved or rejected) and your Account with Mollie’s affiliates and Financial Institution(s). This includes information:

  1. about Transactions, so that Mollie, it’s affiliates, and/or Financial Institutions can comply with obligations arising from statutory requirements or requirements under applicable laws or regulations of supervisory authorities;
  2. for use in relation to the management and maintenance of the Payment Services;
  3. by which the information about you can be recorded or updated, and where the information helps to improve the Payment Services; and
  4. that Mollie needs for its risk management.

In exceptional cases, we may request your approval to conduct an inspection at your office or inspect your financial and other records, insofar as they may relate to the extent and way in which you comply with this Agreement. Should you not comply with our requests for information within the communicated timeframe, this could lead to suspension or termination of your Account.

If explicitly agreed by Parties, Mollie can use your information to open an account on your behalf at the Financial Institutions or Intermediary/Intermediaries if such an account is necessary for processing Transactions via the Payment Module. In such a case, Mollie will inform you if such an account has been approved or rejected.


Article 3.1.    Payment Module

Mollie will make efforts to keep the Payment Module available to you. Mollie cannot, however, guarantee complete and permanent availability of the Payment Module. Mollie will have the right to switch off the Payment Module for maintenance purposes. This will preferably be done at night. Mollie will have the right as well at any time to modify the Payment Module. Mollie will not be required to maintain, modify or add certain properties or functions specifically for the Organisation.

Mollie reserves the right, with immediate effect, to discontinue the provision of its services to you, deny you access to the Payment Module and terminate this Agreement if Mollie suspects that you are acting in conflict with this Agreement. Mollie hereby reserves the right to recover any losses incurred through this from you.

If you use the Payment Module in a way as referred to below, this use will in any case (but not exclusively) qualify as acting in conflict with this Agreement:

  1. Purchase and/or sale of goods and/or services of which the purchase and/or sale in the country of origin and/or the country in which the goods and/or services are offered is in conflict with any applicable law or regulation or which causes an unacceptable risk for Mollie’s reputation;
  2. The sale of products and/or services by the Organisation without being willing or able to deliver them to one or more Customers within a reasonable period;
  3. Use of Personal Data in conflict with the General Data Protection Regulation, or insufficiently informing Customers in a way as referred to in the General Data Protection Regulation;
  4. Hacking, phishing, unauthorised penetration in the system and/or network structure of Mollie, Financial Institutions, Intermediaries, suppliers and/or third parties;
  5. Collecting payments without a legally valid contract between you and the Customer;
  6. Deliberately misleading Customers, Mollie, Financial Institutions, Intermediaries, suppliers and/or third parties;
  7. Failure to establish an operating model which is suited to adequately treating Customer complaints and disputes, and
  8. Committing Fraud, terrorism-financing, money laundering, illegal activities or aiding and abetting and/or allowing fraudulent and unlawful activities.

Article 3.2.    Payment Methods

The Payment Module enables your Customers to use different Payment Methods. Each Payment Method has its own characteristics, risks and conditions, including cost structure, payment term, the manner in which payment is made, and the possibilities offered to Customers to dispute the payments or claim Refunds or Chargebacks. We publish these conditions clearly on our public website or make reference to them. When you enable a Payment Method via the Dashboard, we assume that you understand and accept the conditions of that Payment Method. Mollie may add new Payment Methods in the future, which must in general be activated before they can be used in the Payment Module. Mollie reserves the right to delete Payment Methods from the Payment Module and may deny the Organisation use of a specific Payment Method.

Article 3.3.    Foreign Currency

Mollie offers you the possibility to receive payments from your Customers in different (foreign) currencies. When you use this option, Mollie converts the payments for you into an amount in euros, unless otherwise agreed between you and Mollie. The amount to be received by you is calculated by Mollie per individual payment on the basis of the buying rate (combination of, among other things, the exchange rate of the currency at the time of the payment and the costs as charged by Mollie’s supplier) and a mark-up. The mark-up is usually set by Mollie at two (2) percent of the exchange rate charged to Mollie, unless otherwise agreed upon by Parties.

Chargebacks and Refunds will be converted by Mollie into the (foreign) currency that your customer used during the payment to you. Your customer will always receive the full amount of the payment. The amount you will be charged for the Refund or Chargeback will be calculated by Mollie on the basis of the buying rate (combination of, among other things, the exchange rate of the currency at the time of the reimbursement and the costs as charged by Mollie’s supplier) and a mark-up. The mark-up is usually set by Mollie at two (2) percent of the exchange rate charged to Mollie, unless otherwise agreed upon by Parties.

If your Account is eligible for Multi-currency Processing of Transactions, Mollie may offer you the ability to have funds settled to your Balance in a currency different from the one in which you accepted payment from a Customer. To use this functionality, you must provide us with a valid bank account for each currency for which you request settlement, based on our list of available settlement currencies. We may add or remove currencies from our list of available settlement currencies at any time taking into account a notice period of one (1) month.

Article 3.4.    Mollie Connect

Mollie has developed Mollie Connect, which allows you to use the Mollie Connect features, among others, in your capacity as a (i) Platform Merchant or (ii) a Sub-merchant:

  1. If you are a Platform Merchant, Mollie Connect allows you to integrate the Payment Services into your Platform or Website in order to enable the Sub-merchants to accept payments for goods and services delivered by the Sub-merchant. This means that you may act on behalf of your Sub-merchants, provided that you do so in accordance with this Agreement and the agreement you have with your Sub-merchants. You must ensure that you clearly and prominently explain to Sub-merchants the nature of your Platform or Website and the activities that you will perform on their behalf. You are solely responsible for any Application Fees and you must clearly communicate any Application Fees to Sub-merchants prior to imposing such fees.
  2. When you connect your Mollie Account to a Platform Merchant you will become a Sub-merchant and you can authorise the Platform Merchant to (among other things):

    1. access your Mollie Account and the selected Transaction data contained in your Sub-merchant Account;
    2. assist you with creating and managing Transactions with your Customers; and
    3. deduct Application Fees (for example, fees for use of the Platform Merchant’s services) from funds payable to you from Transactions occurring in connection with the Platform Merchant. You must separately agree with the Platform Merchant to pay any Application Fees, and any Application Fees will be in addition to the Fees that Mollie charges for its Payment Services provided directly to you.

Mollie has a direct contractual relationship with each Sub-merchant and can provide its Payment Services directly to each Sub-merchant. You are prohibited from preventing or restricting in any way Sub-merchants from choosing to use the Payment Services outside of their relationship with the Platform Merchant.

Mollie Connect provides you with various features, as described in the Mollie Connect Documentation.

Article 3.4.1 Splitting Payment with Mollie Connect

As part of Mollie Connect, Mollie has developed the Split Payments functionality. When making use of the Split Payments functionality, the Platform Merchant will remain the owner of a Transaction and it will be able to distribute and split the funds of one Transaction over the Balances of one or more Sub-merchants and the Platform Merchant. Since the Platform Merchant is the owner of the Transaction, the payment information is only visible in the Dashboard of the Platform Merchant. The Sub-merchant will only receive the funds in its Balance that are split to it by the Platform Merchant.

The Platform Merchant can charge a service fee to the Sub-merchants for the use of its Platform or Website by splitting the funds of a Transaction between the Platform Merchant and the Sub-merchant. The Platform Merchant is solely responsible for communicating any Platform Fees (including recurring fees) charged to Sub-merchants for the use of the Platform or Website and for receiving the Sub-merchant’s explicit consent to do so prior to imposing such fees.

When making use of Split Payments the Platform Merchant will be solely liable and responsible for consequences of a Transaction towards Mollie as well as the Fees charged by Mollie for the Payment Services.

Article 3.5 Beta Services

From time to time, Mollie may, in its sole discretion, invite you to use, on a trial basis, potential new services or features that are in development and not yet available to all our customers. Beta Services may be subject to additional terms and conditions, which Mollie will provide to you prior to the use of the Beta Services. Such Beta Services and all associated conversations and materials relating thereto will be considered Confidential Information of Mollie and subject to the confidentiality provisions of this Agreement. Mollie makes no representations or warranties that the Beta Services will function. Mollie may discontinue the Beta Services at any time in its sole discretion. In deviation of article 8.3, unless and to the extent prohibited by applicable laws and regulations, Mollie will have no liability for any harm or damage arising out of or in connection with a Beta Service.


Article 4.1.    Prohibited Activities

You must only accept payments and process them via Mollie’s Payment Module for the lawful sale of legal goods and services according to the country of establishment of the Organisation and the country of the Customer. Depending on the circumstances the laws of the Netherlands might be applicable to you as well. There are certain categories of Organisations and activities for which the Payment Services cannot be used. Most of these categories are imposed by the Financial Institutions and intermediaries which are used by Mollie to process Transactions. Mollie keeps a list of prohibited activities. Activities for which Mollie cannot provide its services include, but are not limited to, the following categories of products or services that (can) constitute an unacceptable risk for Mollie’s reputation: erotic content or services, high-risk financial products or services, certain medicines, illegal or stolen products/services, illegal games of chance, narcotics and certain food supplements. Mollie has made the full list of prohibited activities, products and services available on its public website. Mollie can, at any time without prior notice, change this list at all times, and remove or add activities. Mollie may also decide, at its own discretion, to decline products and services that are not explicitly mentioned on the list, but which may pose an unacceptable risk to Mollie based on its own internal policies. By registering with Mollie, you confirm that you will not use our services for activities other than those approved during registration or explicitly approved by Mollie afterwards. If Mollie thinks or suspects that, in spite of this, you are accepting payments for prohibited activities as referred to in this Agreement, you must end these prohibited activities immediately at Mollie’s request. If you have not ended the prohibited activities within the timeframe set by Mollie, Mollie reserves the right to terminate this Agreement with immediate effect. In case of doubt, you should contact Mollie Support for further information. In the event that Mollie determines that your activities pose a risk for Mollie which cannot be remedied, Mollie reserves the right to terminate this Agreement with immediate effect and without prior notification for such activities.

Article 4.2.    Compliance with Laws and Regulations

You represent, warrant and undertake that your activities, both online and offline, comply with applicable laws and regulations and this Agreement. You must ensure the correct use of the Payment Module and the manner in which the Payment Module is applied. You must inform your Customers how they can use the Payment Module in a correct and safe manner. You represent, warrant and undertake as well that you will not perform or omit any acts – and see to it that your Customers do not perform or omit any acts – regarding which you know or reasonably ought to know that such acts or omissions will result in use of the Payment Module that is fraudulent, punishable and/or unlawful, or otherwise violates any terms of this Agreement.

Mollie reserves the right to refuse to provide Payment Services where this would create a risk that Mollie would be in breach of applicable laws and regulations.

Article 4.3.    Provision of Information

You are responsible for the clear and orderly inclusion of the following information on your site:

  1. your contact information (or that of the customer service), consisting of at least the address, Chamber of Commerce number or equivalent (if applicable), telephone number and email address;
  2. Information on the prices of your products and/or services;
  3. delivery information, especially timeliness and charges;
  4. payment terms; and
  5. where relevant, information on subscriptions, the term of a subscription and the way in which it can be cancelled.

Article 4.4. Handling of Customer complaints

You are solely responsible for supporting your Customers. You are responsible for replying to emails from Customers within a reasonable time, when the questions in the emails relate to your goods or services or the use of the Payment Module. You must also be clear and proactive in communicating your terms and conditions, shipping policy and any delay in delivery or the cancellation of an order. If Mollie receives complaints about you, and such complaints necessitate an investigation or other activities to be carried out by Mollie, such to be determined by Mollie, Mollie will have the right to charge you a (reasonable) Fee for these complaints at its own discretion.

Mollie is not responsible nor liable towards you or your Customers for handling these complaints on your behalf and Mollie explicitly remains outside of the contractual relationship between you and your Customer. However, in exceptional circumstances related to a specific complaint, such as but not limited to, the event that you are not responsive during Mollie’s investigation or in case that Mollie has a strong suspicion of Fraud, Mollie may decide at its own discretion and in accordance with its internal policies to perform Refunds on your behalf towards the Customer for a specific Transaction which has been disputed by such Customer. You acknowledge and agree that, in derogation from article 8.3, Mollie will bear no liability towards you in such an event, unless and to the extent prohibited by applicable laws and regulations.


Article 5.1.    Safeguarding Customers’ Funds

Mollie is obligated to safeguard the funds received on your behalf. For this purpose, Mollie uses a separate entity, Stichting Mollie Payments (SMP). Parties acknowledge and agree to the fact that SMP receives funds on behalf of Parties, and saves them in the manner as instructed by Mollie. SMP is not required to verify the correctness of these instructions from Mollie. Consequently, each payment made by SMP is made on the instructions of Mollie, and each incorrect payment is therefore the consequence of incorrect instructions to that effect given by Mollie. Each request for a payment to which you are or think you are entitled will therefore be a request to Mollie, and you hereby waive your right to demand the amount from SMP or to take legal action to demand such an amount from SMP.

Article 5.2.    Fees

Mollie will provide the Payment Services at the rates and for the Fees described on the pricing page. The Fees Mollie charges to you are displayed in your Dashboard. Where this is not the case, the basic rate displayed on the public website of Mollie is applicable.

5.2.1. Application, Platform and shifted Fees

Depending on the use of the Payment Services, Mollie may deduct the Fees from the Balance of the Platform Merchant or from the Balance of the Sub-merchant. If you make use of Mollie Connect, the Fees for the Payment Services, may be shifted from the Account of the Sub-merchant(s) to the Account of the Platform Merchant.

The costs that are charged to you for the use of the services of a Platform of a Platform Merchant, will depend on your agreement with the Platform Merchant. Mollie does not control and is not responsible for Application Fees or other Platform Fees charged to you, which should be made clear to you in your agreement with the Platform Merchant.

Mollie may have agreed Fees with a Platform Merchant that are different from the Fees listed on its public website. Mollie’s Fees will either be disclosed in your Dashboard, or they will be consolidated with the Platform Fees. Mollie will have the right to deduct from your Balance both Mollie’s Fees for the Payment Services and the Application Fees or Platform Fees specified to us by the Platform Merchant.

Depending on the situation, the fees that a Platform Merchant charges for the use of its Platform or Website to the Sub-merchant can be exclusive of the rates that Mollie charges to the Sub-merchant for the use of the Payment Services (if any).

5.2.2 Changes in Fees

Mollie is entitled to adjust the Fees unilaterally. If this concerns an increase in the Fees, we will inform you at least one (1) month before this new rate takes effect, by email or via the Mollie Dashboard. If you inform us within one (1) month after receiving this information from Mollie, in writing or by email, of the fact that you do not agree to this increase, you will have the right to terminate this Agreement as of the date on which the new Fees takes effect. Without notification on your part and/or failure to terminate this Agreement, the Fee increase will take effect on the date as initially set by Mollie.

5.2.3 Fees and taxes

All rates listed in this Agreement or on Mollie’s website are exclusive of VAT and other government charges, unless explicitly stated otherwise. You have sole responsibility for determining what, if any, taxes or fees apply in connection with your Mollie Account, and the Platform Merchant’s or Sub-merchant’s use of Mollie Connect and the Payment Services. You are responsible for assessing, collecting, reporting, and remitting taxes to the appropriate tax and revenue authorities. If Mollie is required to withhold any taxes, Mollie may deduct such taxes from your Balance and pay them to the appropriate tax authority.

Article 5.3.    Transactions

Mollie only processes Transactions that are authorised by the relevant Intermediary/Intermediaries and/or the Financial Institution involved in the specific Payment Method and/or Customer. You are responsible for checking the accuracy of the Transaction Data presented to the Payment Module in connection with the purchase of products and/or services.

On each Transaction, there will only be a contractual relationship between you and the Customer(s) on the one hand, and a Financial Institution and Customer on the other. Mollie and SMP explicitly remain outside these contractual relationship(s), which also means that no obligations exist or arise for SMP and/or Mollie as a result of those contractual relationships.

Article 5.4. Chargebacks

Mollie gives no representation, warranties or undertakings and accepts no liability for Transactions that are automated and completed, but which at a later stage, in whatever form, are reversed by the Customer or the Financial Institution. Such Chargebacks may be but not limited to) the result of:

  1. a dispute with the Customer;
  2. Transactions which are unauthorised or where we have reason to believe the Transaction was unauthorised or incorrectly authorised Transactions;
  3. Transactions that do not comply with the rules of the relevant Transaction-processing network of the card-issuing agency involved or this Agreement, or which are allegedly unlawful or suspicious, or
  4. a reversal for any reasons used by the card network, the Financial Institution or the Cardholders card-issuing institution;
  5. violation of applicable Payment Method rules or violation of this Agreement, or
  6. where we have reason to believe the Transaction is unlawful or fraudulent.

You are fully responsible and liable for Chargebacks, irrespective of the reason for, timing of or termination of the Chargeback. In the event of a Chargeback, you will be immediately liable to Mollie for the entire amount of the Chargeback together with any Fees, costs and penalties, including the penalties that could be imposed on Mollie by the Intermediary/Intermediaries and Financial Institution. You agree that Mollie may, and hereby authorise Mollie to, set off any amounts you owe to Mollie (including without limitation any Chargebacks or Fees) against any Balance in your Account, or debit the amount from the bank account known to Mollie. If Mollie is unable to collect this claim itself, you must pay Mollie the full amount immediately on request.

In addition to the above, if there is a suspicion that a certain Transaction can result in a Chargeback, Mollie will be entitled to retain the amount of the possible Chargeback and any associated Fees, fines, or penalties, or to withhold such amounts from any proceeds due to you or your Account, until the time that:

  1. a Chargeback is established as a result of a complaint from a Customer, in which case the Financial Institution will retain the funds;
  2. you have successfully completed a dispute process for the Chargeback;
  3. under the applicable laws or regulations or Payment Method specific terms, the period has expired during which a Customer can dispute the Transaction in question; or
  4. Mollie has established that a Chargeback will not take place anymore.

You have the possibility to dispute the Chargeback imposed on you. We can assist you in doing so by means of notifications and software. We, however, do not accept any liability for our role or our assistance in disputing the Chargeback. You declare that you will provide us in a timely fashion, at your own expense, with the information needed to investigate and help resolve the Chargeback within three (3) business days (unless specified otherwise) of our request. You give us permission to share relevant information with the card holder, the card-issuing institution, the Intermediary and the Financial Institution and our affiliates to help resolve a dispute. You are aware that not providing us in a timely fashion with complete and accurate information can result in a final, irreversible Chargeback. If the card-issuing institution, the Payment Method provider or the relevant Intermediary/Intermediaries does/do not resolve a dispute to your advantage, we can claim the amount of the Chargeback and related costs from you, as specified in this Agreement. We reserve the right to charge costs for our investigation and the mediator’s role in relation to Chargebacks.

Mollie, the Financial Institutions or the Intermediary/Intermediaries may decide that you are responsible for an excessive number of Chargebacks. An excessive number of Chargebacks can result in additional costs and penalties. They can also lead to restrictions in the way in which you can use our services, including, but not limited to:

  1. withholding of the funds in your Balance to cover any (potential) liability under this Agreement;
  2. changes in the conditions for and the amount of the Guarantee to be retained by Mollie;
  3. application of certain measures in relation to the Payment Services provided by Mollie;
  4. increase of the costs charged;
  5. delay in outpayments, or
  6. possible suspension or termination of the Payment Services provided by Mollie.

In the event of an excessive number of Chargebacks, the Financial Institutions and/or Intermediaries can also implement additional checks and restrictions in the processing of your Transactions.

In the event that you are a Platform Merchant and you make use of Split Payments, you are fully responsible and liable for Chargebacks and Refunds of the Sub-merchant, insofar the Chargeback or Refund cannot be collected by Mollie from the Balance of the Sub-merchant.

Article 5.5.    Funds

All payments made by your Customers via one or more Transactions, after deduction of the costs withheld by the Financial Institution, which are not included in Mollie’s rates, are received by SMP. SMP is a separate entity for the sole purpose of safeguarding funds received on your behalf. SMP keeps amounts which you owe to Mollie for Mollie, and the remainder for you. Where necessary, you hereby authorise Mollie to receive all payments relating to your Transactions in the account(s) of SMP.

Article 5.6.    Settlements

The payment of a Balance to you will be made as configured in the Dashboard. In the event that Mollie discovers a difference in the payment made to you and the outstanding Balance, Mollie reserves the right to settle the difference or reclaim the incorrect payment until the situation has been corrected. You can set the settlement frequency in the Dashboard.

Mollie is entitled to change the settlement frequency or to suspend Payment Services and settlements (temporarily), or to cancel Transactions, for instance in case of complaints, seizures, pledges or investigation into possible Fraud (see also Article 6.1). Your obligations relating to the use of the Payment Module will remain fully in force during this period.

In the exceptional case that Mollie cannot perform a settlement of the Balance in your Account, then to the extent permissible by law,, for any case whatsoever, Mollie reserves the right to transfer these funds to its own accounts within one (1) year after its final notice to you. In such an event, you will have the possibility to file a request to retrieve these funds within five (5) years of the closing of your Mollie Account by sending an email to Mollie will examine your request within a reasonable timeframe and on the condition that you provide Mollie with the required information. Depending on the reason Mollie cannot perform a settlement of the Balance in your Account, it is possible that we will not be able to pay out the Balance to you.


Article 6.1.    Fraud

Mollie will have the right to terminate this Agreement with immediate effect, and/or suspend the provision of Payment Services and/or settlements temporarily in the event of (a suspicion of) Fraud, indications of Fraud, illegal activities and/or any other situations in which more detailed investigation needs to be conducted. Furthermore, as stated in Article 4.4., Mollie may decide to perform Refunds on your behalf to your Customers in exceptional circumstances. You will be notified of this by email or telephone, unless such notification is not is not permitted by law or considered desirable in the context of the investigation; Mollie will not be liable for losses incurred as a result of this investigation.

Article 6.2.    Security and Fraud Measures

Mollie can provide you with security procedures and measures or make suggestions with a view to reducing Fraud. These procedures and measures can include processes or systems developed by Mollie or by third parties, including, but not limited to, the introduction of two-factor authentication (2FA) for logging in to the Dashboard. You agree to assess these procedures and measures and choose which of them are appropriate for your activities in order to protect you against unauthorised Transactions, and, if necessary, to use additional procedures and systems not provided by Mollie. Switching off or refusal to use the security measures and/or procedures increases the chance of unauthorised Transactions.

If applicable to you, you are responsible for use of information on lost or stolen cards by which goods and/or services can be purchased on your Website. Mollie is not responsible, nor does Mollie indemnify you for losses or damage caused by the use of lost or stolen cards for the Payment Services. This also relates to losses arising from the use of lost or stolen credit cards to make purchases via your Website, or caused by usernames and passwords getting into the wrong hands. Further, you will fully reimburse us for any losses we incur that result from the use of lost or stolen credentials or accounts.

Article 6.3.    Confidentiality

Parties will, barring prior written consent from the other Party, treat all data and information about the other Party (including its affiliates) that is secret or of confidential nature as strictly confidential, secure it in an appropriate manner and not disclose it to third parties in any way whatsoever. Parties will only use the above-mentioned information in the context of this Agreement.

Secret or confidential information is, barring written consent or what is stipulated by this Agreement, in any case, but not limited to: all information that is explicitly indicated as secret or confidential by the other Party, all information and data Parties come to know in the context of this Agreement, technical, financial and business information, drawings, formats, concepts, source codes, pilots and all other information which Parties know, or reasonably ought to know, is secret or of a confidential nature and should not be disclosed to third parties, for example because its disclosure could result in a reasonable chance that the other Party could incur a loss or other disadvantage.

Nor may Parties use or disclose confidential information and/or data provided to them or which they have come to know in the context of an Agreement in the event of, whether premature or not, full or partial termination of an Agreement, or after the termination of an Agreement.

Parties are entitled to disclose or hand over confidential information of the other Party to the competent authorities and government bodies, in cases in which they are required to do so under applicable statutory provisions, or in which Mollie is required to deliver it to an Intermediary on the basis of agreements made with such an Intermediary. Mollie may also access, aggregate and use non-personally identifiable data, which will in no way identify the Customer, Organisation or any other individual. Mollie may use this data to a) better understand how its customers use the Payment Services; b) provide its customers with more information on the use and benefits of the Payment Services; c) improve business productivity, including by creating useful business insights from aggregated data that allow Organisations to benchmark their business performance against such aggregated data; and d) otherwise improve the Payment Services.

Mollie is entitled to provide information (including confidential information) to an Intermediary and/or a Financial Institution in the event of (a suspicion of) fraudulent use of the Payment Module and/or at the request of an Intermediary and/or Financial Institution.

Mollie is entitled to provide information (including confidential information) to any of its affiliates.

Article 6.4. Fraud Protection Solution

Mollie may provide you with a Fraud Protection Solution to screen the Transactions processed by Mollie, which may include processes or applications developed by Mollie, its affiliates, or third parties. The Fraud Protection Solution performs a number of checks on the Transactions and scores each Transaction on its likelihood of being fraudulent. Mollie can offer you the option to set these scores into an “approve” or “reject” status of the Transaction. If you don’t do so, or you are not asked to do so, Mollie’s default thresholds are the ones applied. Mollie may charge Fees for the Fraud Protection Solution as shown on the pricing page or in your Dashboard.

The Fraud Protection Solution does not guarantee the prevention of fraudulent Transactions, nor protection against resulting Chargebacks or fines. Regardless of the resulting total score, Transactions may be fraudulent or non-fraudulent.

Mollie reserves the right to, without prior notice, change the scoring values as set by you in the Fraud Protection Solution in case Mollie is of the opinion in its reasonable discretion that these pose an unacceptable risk for accepting fraudulent Transactions or creating increased Chargeback levels.

While the Fraud Protection Solution offers you a greater ability to monitor your payments and protect your business from disputes, you are ultimately responsible for the Transactions you choose to accept, including those that are later disputed or found to be fraudulent.


Article 7.1.    Responsibilities of Parties in relation to processing of Personal Data

In the context of the execution of this Agreement, Personal Data are processed. Mollie processes Personal Data i) in the context of its Payment Services; ii) in connection with statutory obligations; iii) to ensure the safety and integrity of the financial sector, for example by identifying, investigating, preventing and actively countering (attempted) criminal/illegal conduct; and iv) to analyse, develop and improve our services and products. In our Privacy Statement we explain in more detail how and for what purposes we collect, use, retain, disclose and safeguard the Personal Data Mollie processes of you and your Customers.

With respect to the processing of Personal Data, both Parties are controllers within the meaning of the EU General Data Protection Regulation, insofar as they independently determine the purposes and means of the processing. To that end, each Party is solely responsible for the Personal Data which it processes and ensures compliance with Data Protection Laws. If required, Parties will inform each other of the security measures taken.

You undertake that you comply with all requirements set by applicable Data Protection Laws for the processing of Personal Data as presented to the Payment Module by you as the Organisation or by your Customers. Should you fail to comply with these obligations, or in the event that an Intermediary or a Financial Institution, court or government institution so requests or requires of Mollie, Mollie will be entitled to suspend its obligations with respect to you.

If applicable to you, you must comply with the rules as set out in the relevant parts of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) and the Payment Application Data Security Standards (PA-DSS). If, in spite of this, an “Account Data Compromise” (ADC) occurs nevertheless, and it occurs through your actions, you will be liable for this. In the event that Mollie and/or an Intermediary conducts an investigation as a result of an ADC, and costs are involved in this investigation, you hereby accept these costs, fines and penalties in advance, only, however, insofar as Mollie has shared the amount, or an indication, of these costs beforehand with you. You can find information on PCI-DSS on the website of the PCI Council.

If Mollie considers it necessary to verify whether you meet the aforementioned PCI standards, you must immediately provide the documents from which this is clearly and unambiguously evident. You declare that you will only use suppliers that meet the PCI standards when it comes to the storage and transmission of payment data, particularly concerning, but not limited to, the card number (referred to as the Primary Account Number or PAN), the expiration dates of cards and the CVV2 code. You are advised not to store any such data at all, and you are aware that it is strictly prohibited at all times to store the CVV2 code in any form.

In your contract with your Customer, or in the general terms and conditions applicable to the relationship with your Customer, you must state that you use Mollie for the processing of Transactions, and that Personal Data of your Customer are shared with Mollie and its affiliates in this context. If applicable, you must ensure that your Customer, directly or indirectly, gives Mollie and its affiliates all required (explicit) consents as referred to in applicable Data Protection Laws.

Article 7.2.    Protection of Personal Data

Mollie is responsible for the protection of Personal Data in its possession, and will take all administrative, technical and physical measures reasonable from a commercial point of view to protect your Personal Data and payment data against unauthorised access or unintended loss or alteration. Notwithstanding the above, Mollie cannot guarantee that unauthorised third parties will never be able to breach or circumvent the security measures taken by Mollie and use the Personal Data and/or payment data for malafide purposes. You accept this risk if you provide us with your own and your Customers’ Personal Data. You are fully responsible for the protection of the Personal Data you process via your Website(s), your app, or you otherwise have in your possession.

In the event of a (suspected) data breach at your Organisation, in which payment data may be involved, you must notify Mollie of this data breach without delay, and under no circumstances later than two days (48 hours) after discovery of the data breach. Mollie or another Financial Institution may request additional information on this data breach, in which case you must provide such information without delay.

Article 7.3.    Confidentiality of Personal Data

Each Party undertakes to take all necessary steps to keep Personal Data confidential. Mollie makes Personal Data available to third parties solely i) in the context of the Payment Services; and ii) where legally required. In other situations, Parties refrain from making any Personal Data available to any third party without the prior written consent of the other Party except for Mollie where necessary to perform the services.

In addition, in case Mollie receives complaints or questions from your Customers about you, Mollie can share your contact information with your Customers.

For more information about confidentiality of information in general, refer to Article 6.3.


Article 8.1.    Third-Party Clause

Parties acknowledge that this Agreement also entails a third-party clause (as referred to in Book 6, Section 253 of the Dutch Civil Code) for and for the purposes of SMP. Rights of Parties under this Agreement will not require the approval of any third party.

Article 8.2.    Indemnification

You indemnify Mollie and SMP for claims (as well as all costs incurred by Mollie or its affiliates in relation to such a claim) of Customers, Financial Institutions, Intermediaries and/or third parties arising from:

  1. abuse of the Payment Module by the Organisation, as defined in Article 3.1;
  2. defects in the Website and/or defects in the products and/or services provided by the Organisation;
  3. non-compliance by the Organisation with obligations arising from applicable Data Protection Laws, including, but not limited to, the General Data Protection Regulation; and
  4. non-compliance and/or unlawful acts in the broadest sense by you with respect to Customers and/or third parties.

If you are a Platform Merchant you shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Mollie from any and all claims, liabilities, costs and expenses (including reasonable legal fees) arising from or relating to claims from the Sub-merchant towards Mollie arising from non-compliance by you with any of the terms of this Agreement

Article 8.3.    Liability

Mollie must be held liable in writing, after Mollie has been given a reasonable period to offer an appropriate solution. If Mollie is liable in connection with a breach of its obligations or for losses otherwise incurred by you, Mollie will be liable only for direct loss and not for indirect or consequential loss, even if such loss was foreseeable. Indirect or consequential loss means, but is not limited to, loss of goodwill, lost profits, missed (investment) opportunities, and missed savings.

If and insofar as Mollie is liable to you, such liability will be limited in all cases to an amount equal to the amount that you paid Mollie under this Agreement in the form of rates charged, to which the loss relates. In the event thisAgreement has a term of more than six (6) months, the liability of Mollie will be limited to a maximum of the amounts received by Mollie under this Agreement in the last six (6) months, exclusive of VAT. Notwithstanding the preceding paragraphs, unless and to the extent prohibited by applicable laws and regulations, the liability of Mollie will in all cases be limited to EUR 10,000 (ten thousand euros) per harmful incident. A series of incidents counts as one (1) incident. Any claim against Mollie will lapse by the elapse of a period of three (3) months after the harmful incident became known to you, except in case of written acknowledgment of the claim by Mollie.

Article 8.4.    Force Majeure

Parties will not be liable in the event of force majeure. “Force majeure” means: circumstances or events beyond the control of Parties – regardless of whether or not these circumstances were foreseen or foreseeable at the time any Agreement is signed – as a result of which Parties cannot reasonably be required to comply with their obligations under this Agreement. These circumstances include in any case, but are not limited to: war, fire, natural disasters, labour disputes, power outages, strikes, epidemics, government rules and/or comparable rules, embargoes, non-compliance (due to bankruptcy or other reasons) by suppliers, Financial Institutions, subcontractors or any other third party or parties engaged by Parties (including affiliates) in performing this Agreement, attachments, unavailability of the systems of Financial Institutions and/or telecommunication services and (attempted) unauthorised penetration in and/or unauthorised use of the systems, networks and databases belonging to Mollie, Mollie’s affiliates, the Organisation, Intermediaries and/or Financial Institutions, and/or on which Mollie, Mollie’s affiliates, the Organisation, Intermediaries and/or Financial Institutions depend, as well as all incompetent work performed on them by parties other than Mollie or third parties it has engaged.

Article 8.5.    Intellectual Property

All intellectual property rights, including, but not limited to, all existing and future rights and claims on, or in relation to, the use of copyrights and neighbouring rights, chip rights, trading name rights, trademark rights, domain names, patent rights, design rights and database rights in relation to the platform or related items, will be vested exclusively in Mollie or Mollie’s affiliates.

You have a right of use regarding a Payment Service for the term of this Agreement, to the extent it is necessary for performance of this Agreement. None of the stipulations in this Agreement will entitle you to any right with respect to the platform and/or the Payment Module or related items.

You will never have the right to make any adaptation or modification to the platform and/or the Payment Module, nor the right to make copies of them, to decompile the platform and/or the Payment Module and/or to modify or attempt to modify them otherwise.

Article 8.6.    Complaints, Outages and Support

When you discover a problem that renders the Payment Module unusable in the way specified in this Agreement, you must report this to Mollie as soon as possible. Mollie will process the report in its registration system and then make maximum efforts to arrive at a remedy for an Outage within a reasonable time, so that the Payment Module will once again provide the agreed functionality. Mollie will remain available during office hours to provide you with a reasonable level of technical support with your use of the Payment Module.

You must notify Mollie as soon as possible after discovering an Outage. In the event of an Outage, the following protocol must be followed:

  1. you must notify Mollie of the Outage as soon as possible, and in any event on later than within two (2) hours of you becoming aware of the Outage;
  2. Mollie will register this and provide you with a ticket number as a reference to the Outage;
  3. Mollie will start an investigation into the Outage and make efforts to arrive at a Solution within a reasonable time; and
  4. Mollie will inform you of the Solution put in place.

If you have a complaint with the Payment Services we provide, please contact Further information on our complaints policy can be found on our public website. ​We will provide our response in writing on a durable medium (which may include by email).

Article 8.7.    Statements regarding Financial Institutions

The following Financial Institutions act as processors:

  • For Transactions processed under the brands MasterCard, Carte Bancaire and Visa:

    1. Valitor hf, with offices at Laugavegur 77 – 101 Reykjavík, Sími 525-2000, Iceland , telephone number +354 525 2000;
    2. Checkout SAS, a simplified joint stock company (société par actions simplifiée) duly registered under the laws of France with the Trade and Companies Register of Paris under number 841033970, having its registered office address at 37-39 rue de Surène, 75008 Paris, France.
  • Transactions under the American Express brand that are processed by American Express Travel Related Services Company INC and/or American Express Payment Services Limited, Hoogoorddreef 15, 1101 BA Amsterdam-Zuidoost, telephone: +31 20 504 8504.

You acknowledge and agree that the above mentioned Financial Institutions:

  1. are the party/parties concerned that possess licences to process the aforementioned Transactions on your behalf;
  2. are responsible for informing you of the rules with which you must comply on behalf of the aforementioned brands, but that this information can be provided to you via Mollie;
  3. are responsible for the ultimate payment of funds; and
  4. are responsible for all funds retained temporarily (by the Financial Institution) as a guarantee for possible Claims for Chargebacks or Refund (see Article 5.4).

Article 8.8.    Term, end and transfer of this Agreement

This Agreement is effective as of the date this Agreement is accepted by you. This Agreement is effective for an indefinite period of time until terminated. Mollie has the right to terminate this Agreement, taking into account a notice period of at least two (2) calendar months.

Mollie may terminate this Agreement with immediate effect (in writing) without prior notice in case the Organisation:

  1. is involved in illegal activities, money laundering, terrorism financing, or Fraud;
  2. is subject to insolvency proceedings or is declared bankrupt, has been granted a moratorium on payment, has discontinued its business activities or has been liquidated;
  3. does not comply with Mollie’s internal policies or risk appetite, which may be updated from time to time;
  4. is providing products or services which Mollie reasonably suspects to be in breach of the legislation in the country where they are offered from or to;
  5. has materially changed the type of services or products without obtaining Mollie’s prior written permission to use the Payment Services;
  6. has not complied with its obligations under this Agreement, the Scheme Rules and/or applicable laws and regulations after being sent a written notice of default.
  7. finds itself in the situations mentioned in Articles: 2.1, 2.2, 3.1, 4.1 and/or 6.1.

You may always terminate this Agreement, taking into account a notice period of at least two (2) calendar months.

Article 8.9.    Miscellaneous other stipulations

This Agreement applies to all (legal) acts between you and Mollie and will remain applicable after termination of the services, regardless of whether you explicitly communicated this termination to us. The applicability of any other conditions (of use) or agreements is explicitly rejected, unless Parties explicitly agreed on this. A derogation from this Agreement will only be valid if Parties have agreed upon it in writing.

This Agreement supersedes all previous agreements between the Parties, regardless of whether these agreements were made orally or set out in writing. Mollie reserves the right to amend this Agreement. The notification thereof can be made in writing, by email or via the Mollie Dashboard. The amendments will enter into effect one (1) months after notification, unless stipulated otherwise. If you do not wish to agree to these amendments, you will be entitled to terminate this Agreement, with a notice period of one (1) month.

This Agreement is governed exclusively by Dutch law and Parties must bring disputes before the court in Amsterdam. If any provision from this Agreement is held invalid or unenforceable, such provision shall be struck out, and the remaining provision, the other articles will remain fully in force and shall be enforceable.

Mollie has the right to outsource some of its services to any affiliate or third party.

You may not transfer or assign any rights and obligations contained in this Agreement without prior written permission from Mollie, which permission can be given under certain conditions, to be determined at such time. You hereby give Mollie permission in advance, as referred to in Book 6, Section 159 of the Dutch Civil Code (BW), to transfer or assign any rights or obligations under this Agreement at any time to any affiliate of Mollie or any third party to be indicated by Mollie. If and insofar as necessary or desirable, you undertake as well to confirm the aforementioned permission in writing.

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