In case of a ferry ticket reservation through Let's Ferry, payment is carried out exclusively by the most major credit and debit cards Maestro, Mastercard, VISA, Visa Electron and Paypal.
Letsferry may request substantiating documents certifying the user's data prior to tickets issue, whether a credit card copy or a copy of the deposit.
How does the 3D Secure work?
3D Secure is a transaction verification process between the issuing bank and the cardholder. Depending on the type of card, it may be called "MasterCard Secure Code".
This protocol requires the cardholder to authenticate the transaction with the card issuer (e.g., to receive a one-time code via SMS on his/her mobile phone).
The 3D Secure process is implemented whenever an online transaction is made in Europe and the UK under the PSD2 Directive.
PSD2 Service Directive - Cards
The implementation of the European Directive on Payment Services (PSD2) changes the way you make purchases with your card.
The revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2, Directive 2015/2366/EU), which was incorporated into Greek law by Law 4537/2018, aims, inter alia, to make payments within the European Economic Area (EEA)* easier and more secure. According to this directive, as of 14th September 2019, e-commerce, as well as contactless PIN-less transactions that require the use of a card are modernized.
* European Economic Area (EEA) : EU Member States and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.