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Simple ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ financing
for customers of thousands of businesses.

Our Partner is one of the US leaders on the “Buy Now Pay Later” market (BNPL) that gives the consumers the opportunity to pay in installments at the point of sale, either online or in store, to increase sales by offering consumer-friendly financing options. As the market is evolving, our Partner has experienced steady growth during the last few years, driven by focus on the new technologies. Founded by an experienced team of fintech veterans (formerly at PayPal, Lending Club, Varo, Affirm, Amazon, and LinkedIn), our Client helps people by offering finance solutions in a fast and clear way.

Delivering the world class consumer-friendly solutions, we are helping our Partner to support:

merchants by

  • increasing sales as they are selling more when offering consumer financing,
  • ensuring seamless experience as the customers receive top quality financing experience,
  • getting paid as soon the work is done.

consumers by

  • providing fast and easy application,
  • not impacting credit score- checking eligibility is transparent for the customer’s credit score,
  • no late fees, no prepayment fees, & no origination fees - customers are not getting any surprises.

The products are using robust APIs for developers, an easy sign-up process for businesses, and a beautifully simple customer experience, all designed to make financing work better. What makes it unique is that by integrating directly with clients’ servicing platform, the seamless user experience across all fronts is maintained.

When a customer takes out a loan, our Partner pays the service provider directly, and the customer pays the loan back over time. The application is initiated by the service provider and completed by customers- they can apply, see their loan options, and confirm a loan in under a minute and on the privacy of their own phone. Checking loan options does not impact a customer’s credit scores and there are no prepayment fees, late fees, or compounding interest.