Klarna is a financial bank providing lending services, operating mainly in Poland, Germany, Sweden and Australia. It was established in 2005 and is still in operation today. The company has features such as: Klarna Pay Later, Klarna Pay Now, Klarna Slice It , helping one pay at various online and offline stores. Already works with stores such as: Asos, Adidas, H&M, Nike and this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Ergonomic design, fast servers, and courteous support are all on their site. They also have their own app that helps you keep track of new drops, notifies you when an item is reduced in price, and also picks you up a list of your favorite items.
7 years ago Klarna signed an agreement with Sofort GmbH and a new payment method which allows you to pay directly from your bank account.
First, you can not pay in the store, but stretch the payment into 4 parts and pay through the app. Let’s say you bought an item for $200, left the store satisfied and only every two weeks you pay $50 and most importantly without interest.
I think everyone had such a thing that really wants some thing, but not enough money. So here is a service that will help you in this, it will defer payment for 2 weeks, and do not need to fill out requests. This option is great for clothes, because you can get the thing, try it on, and if it fits you, pay for it. Klarna Pay Later is available for sellers in Austria and Germany who sell in euros, and for sellers in Sweden who sell in SEK or euros.
You can pay directly to the merchant from your account, no need to register or fill up a virtual wallet, the system will debit the money and send it to the merchant, it’s fast and convenient.
Yes! Why? The company is 16 years old, working with stores that are giants in the market, they have more than 3,000 employees. In Sweden, the company acts as a whole bank and in some other countries even issues credit cards.
Let’s talk a little bit about shipping, so how do you get your order? It’s very simple, you just need to leave an order on the store’s website, then wait for confirmation (can take up to several days, but most often it’s processed in 24 hours). Then you will receive an email with a track number to track your parcel.