Where the fee information document is provided by electronic means payment service providers may, provided that at the same time the consumer is provided with a copy of the fee information document in line with the template laid down in the Annex and completed as set out in Articles 2 to 12, modify the template in only the following ways:
by way of derogation from point (d) of Article 1(2), increase the font sizes, provided that the proportion of sizes as set out in Article 1(2) is retained;
where the dimensions of the electronic tools are such that using several tables and columns would make the fee information document difficult to read, use a single column or a single table if the order of information, headings and sub-headings are retained;
use electronic tools, such as layering and pop-ups, provided that the title of the fee information document, the common symbol, introductory statements, headings and sub-headings, are displayed prominently and the order of information is retained.
The use of the electronic tools referred to in point (c) of the paragraph 1 shall not be intrusive that it could distract the consumer from the information in the fee information document. Information provided through layering and pop-ups shall be limited to the information referred to in this Regulation.