Afterpay is one of the best payment methods that you can provide for your customers. It is free of charge and your customers can spend up to 800$.
Afterpay divides the payment into 4 equal fortnightly instalments. On the day of purchase, your customer will pay only the %25 of the total amount. They will then pay three equal instalments each fortnight with their last payment being deducted 6 weeks after purchase.
In order to use it, your customers only need to be older than 18, live in Australia and have a debit or credit card. Once they sign in from www.afterpayit.com.au, they need to enter the amount they want to spend and their card information. Your customer will be approved instantly and receive a unique barcode for payment on the register. Every barkode that a customer generated has 12 hours validity and it can be used only once.
What Happens if your Customer is Declined with Afterpay?
In case of a problem, you can refer your customers to the customer handout. In order to use Afterpay as payment method, your customer needs to have %25 of the purchase price available on their selected account. Check out if they are fulfilling the three criteria to use Afterpay.
You can do a test run by using an example barcode’ before introduce your new payment system to your customers.
Try it Before Your Customers
You can practice registering to Afterpay in order to guide your customers better. Visit the registration website and generate your own barcode to test how Afterpay works.
Safe and Secure Afterpay
Afterpay understands how important security is so they ensure that your personal information is protected. Afterpay is a PCI DSS Level 1 certified compliant Service Provider organisation. PCI DSS is a comprehensive set of requirements created by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council to enhance cardholder data security and to ensure the safe handling and storage of sensitive credit card information and data.
For more information, you can check Afterpay help page.
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