Pay It Later and Afterpay are both modern, comprehensive solutions for store owners who want their Shoppers to buy now and pay later.
Is Pay It Later an Afterpay alternative?
As an Afterpay alternative, Pay It Later offers Australian Shopper a fast integration process with pre-built plugins, one-on-one support that our customers rave about, and a safe and secure (PCI-DSS compliant) payments back-end to securely handle your customer data.
Pay It Later was founded in Q1 2019 and we are growing fast. We’re bringing retailers on-board, helping them increase conversions and bring customers back. We’re privately owned and funded so we can take the time to do things properly.
Your Shopper chooses Pay It Later at checkout and finalises their payment arrangement within minutes.
You receive full payment from Pay It Later and ship the goods to the Shopper.
Your Shopper pays us off over 4 instalments, due every week.
We are in constant contact with your Shoppers via SMS and email, reminding them about their purchase and your store through the full payment cycle (our data suggests a significant percentage of Shoppers will re-order when their order completes — your store is front of mind!).
What if I don’t like Pay It Later? Am I stuck?
We’ve got no on-going lock-in contract or monthly fees with our Shoppers. If you don’t like Pay It Later, simply switch off the plugin. We’ll finalise payments with your Shoppers and that’s that! We’ve got dedicated support channels to listen to and improve on your feedback, so we’re always listening for how to improve the platform, and happy to work with you to fit your requirements.
We’re very confident Pay It Later is an awesome Afterpay alternative for Shopify and WooCommerce store operators.
Even if you have a current relationship with Afterpay, we’ve seen Shoppers conversions continue to increase by offering both payment options.
Give us a go, and see what we’re talking about! We can have you up and running today if you’re on one of our supported platforms.
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