Asos Lets Customers Pay For Purchases After Delivery
Customers in the Nordic countries will be able to provide payment up to 14 days after receiving their products
Fashion retailer Asos, which partnered with Swedish e-commerce company Klarna three years ago to offer pay-after-delivery options to its customers, has recently expanded those options to consumers in the Nordic countries.
The plan offers Nordic customers the flexibility to pay up to 14 days after their items are delivered, giving them the chance to try on what they ordered and decide if they’re truly satisfied before they are charged for the purchase.
This option, which is available to consumers who shop at Asos on their desktops or mobile devices, may help the company give its customers a positive ‘offline’ shopping experience even when they’re making the purchases from behind a computer screen in the comfort of their very own homes.
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