Payment Methods

At Rojal Armory, we offer convenient and secure payment methods

to ensure a smooth transaction process for our customers. We understand the importance of flexibility and choice when it comes to payments, and we are pleased to provide the following options.

Bank transfer


Secured credit card payment


1. Direct Bank Transfer

With our direct bank transfer option, you can make a payment directly from your bank account to ours. This method is free of charge and typically takes 1-2 business days to be processed. Upon placing your order, you will receive an email with our bank account details for the transfer. Please ensure that you include your order number as a reference during the transfer to help us quickly identify and process your payment.

Bank Details


SI56 6100 0001 0742 612



Beneficiary name:

Rojal Novo mesto d.o.o.

Beneficiary address:

Ljubljanska cesta 26, 8000 Novo mesto, Slovenia

Bank name:

Delavska hranilnica d. d. Ljubljana

Bank address:

Miklošičeva 5, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

2. Credit Card

Our credit card payment option offers instant and hassle-free transactions. We accept major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, and more. When selecting this method, you can securely enter your card details during the checkout process. Please rest assured that your payment information is handled with the utmost security measures to protect your privacy and prevent any unauthorized access.

To ensure a smooth payment experience, we implement a two-step process with credit card payments. Initially, the ordered amount is temporarily frozen on your card when the order is placed. Once your goods are prepared and shipped, the payment is finalized, and the corresponding amount is deducted from your card. You will receive an invoice via email upon shipping to keep track of your purchase.

VAT Exemption

If you have a valid VAT ID, you can enter it in your profile settings on our website. By providing your valid VAT ID, the VAT (Value Added Tax) will be automatically removed from your purchases, ensuring a seamless process for our business customers. This feature helps streamline transactions for customers who are eligible for VAT exemption.

We prioritize the security, convenience, and flexibility of our payment methods to ensure your satisfaction. If you have any questions or require assistance with payments, our dedicated customer support team is always ready to help.

Please note that all payment information and processes mentioned above are subject to our privacy and security policies, which are designed to safeguard your data and protect your interests throughout the payment journey.

Invoice and Order Confirmation

Upon shipping your order, we will send you an email notification containing the invoice for your purchase. This invoice will provide a detailed breakdown of the items you have ordered, including any applicable taxes, shipping fees, and discounts. Please ensure to check your email regularly, including your spam or junk folder, to receive and keep track of your invoice.

SEPA, IBAN, and BIC Explanations

To provide you with a clear understanding of certain terms related to bank transfers, here are explanations of SEPA, IBAN, and BIC:

  1. SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area): SEPA is an initiative that enables fast, secure, and efficient euro-denominated bank transfers across countries within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). It simplifies cross-border payments, allowing for seamless transactions between different EU and EEA countries.

  2. IBAN (International Bank Account Number): IBAN is an internationally recognized standard for identifying bank accounts. It consists of a unique alphanumeric code that helps ensure the accuracy and security of bank transfers. The IBAN includes information such as the country code, check digits, and the customer's bank account number.

  3. BIC (Bank Identifier Code): Also known as the SWIFT code, the BIC is an internationally recognized bank identifier used in financial transactions. It consists of a unique alphanumeric code that identifies a particular bank. BIC codes are commonly used in international wire transfers to ensure the correct routing of funds.

Understanding these terms will help you navigate and provide the necessary information when making direct bank transfers or international payments.

Please feel free to reach out to our customer support team if you have any further questions or require assistance regarding invoices, payment methods, or any other related inquiries. We are here to ensure a smooth and satisfactory shopping experience for you.