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Moss Bros announces partnership with Klarna

Moss Bros has partnered with payment provider Klarna to let shoppers buy first and pay later.

Customers will be able to pay for items up to 14 days after purchase with no interest or fees.

The option allows shoppers to try items on at home and only keep what they want before parting with any money.

Luke Griffiths, Klarna’s UK general manager said: “Allowing consumers to try before they buy is just one of the ways we aim to make online shopping a smoother and more convenient experience.

As the retail landscape evolves, especially in fashion, our partnership with Moss Bros shows their strong commitment to providing the best service for their customers in an increasingly competitive environment.”

Matt Henton, head of ecommerce at Moss Bros, added: “We’re constantly on the lookout for new ways to provide our customers with a better experience throughout their entire purchasing journey, and payments are an intrinsic part of this.

”The key benefit of pay later is clear – we can now let shoppers buy several items, try goods on at home and return what they don’t want, with no money exchanging hands until they’re happy.

”We’re really looking forward to working with Klarna and improving the online payments process for our customers, while boosting their purchase power and providing more choice at the checkout.”

 

 

 

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