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Yours Clothing adds payment software

By Retail Technology | Monday December 11 2017

Plus size fashion retailer Yours Clothing has implemented new payment software

The company has chosen Klarna’s Pay later and Slice it services to make it easier to purchase products from its website.


Klarna’s Pay later allows customers to try goods first, effectively turning their sitting room into a fitting room. 


When checking out online or on mobile, Yours Clothing customers who use Klarna’s Pay later will receive their products and then have 14 days to pay Klarna back interest-free. 


Instalments


Klarna pays the merchant immediately. Klarna’s second payment option - Slice it - gives Yours Clothing shoppers the ability to spread the cost of any purchases over £60 into equal monthly instalments. 


Online consumer finance with Slice it is easy as the application is only four steps and the credit decision made in real-time, all while staying within the merchant site with no re-directs.


Resh Dorka, sales and marketing director at Yours Clothing, said: “Our customers have increasingly been asking for a credit solution to fund orders for larger amounts. Choosing to partner with Klarna and offer online consumer finance via Slice it was an obvious choice, as they’re well known within the European retail industry and our customers could feel confident in using the service.”



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